The SPF supports Moots and Groups around Scotland.
We can support moots and groups by listing them here on our website and in our members only digital magazine eSPIN. People who run or are interested in running moots or groups are welcome to contact us if they would like to discuss ideas or want some support from either our Regional Coordinators or Local Organisers.
We don’t tell groups or moots how to run and won’t list a group here unless we have been given consent to do so.
We do not have a physical space that can be used for moots and groups.
If you know of a moot or group that would like to be added to this listing, please ask them to email Babs at firstname.lastname@example.org with details including name of group, brief description of what you do, location for meetings and contact details for further information.
Please confirm with organisers of Moots due to COVID-19 Guidelines as status may change.
The Druid Network aims, through connecting individuals and groups together, coordinating efforts and initiative, and actively interfacing with public bodies and the media, to inform, inspire and facilitate Druidry as a Religion. For further information see our website druidnetwork.org.
Aberdeen Pagan Moot meets on the second Tuesday of the month in the snug at Ma Cameron’s. Programme of events on Facebook page. All welcome. For further information contact email@example.com
Now in its 11th year with an online Facebook group Dundee Pagan Collective. The group is not doing many face to face meets due to the Covid situation. We engage mainly on the group page at the moment. We have had the occasional Zoom meeting over this period. For further information contact Kymmy or Ilona via firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Currently not meeting physically, though hoping to as soon as restrictions permit. Heathens in East Scotland are encouraged to communicate via our Facebook page East Scotland Wandering Heathen Moot – please request membership saying where you are based in East Scotland. For further information contact Jenny via firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets the third Tuesday of every month. Currently meeting online via Zoom. We also have a Social Meet-up the second Saturday of every month, in person. Details can be found via our Facebook page – Granite City Circle (An Aberdeen based Pagan moot). All paths welcome.
Informal, egalitarian group in the Highlands. Highland Open Circle Discussion on Facebook or email@example.com
Currently, and for the foreseeable future, all open rituals, moots and interfaith meetings in Orkney are not running. Any updates will be posted on Orkney Pagans on Facebook or www.spiritualorkney.co.uk/open-rituals Contact Helen or Mark firstname.lastname@example.org
No longer meets, sadly, but happy to hear from, and will try to meet up with visiting Pagans. Hospital-visiting available and Pagans are welcome at local interfaith group events. For further information contact Karen 01950 431576 or text 0776 6224685 or look at our Facebook Group.
A group for Pagans situated in Speyside, Moray, Scotland. Pagans from all paths and areas are welcomed. Monthly Moots will be held on the third Sunday of the month at 2.00 pm at Algan Court, AB55 4AJ. Currently not running for summer holidays, but will recommence on third Sunday in September and monthly thereafter. FFI contact email@example.com. Find us on Speyside Pagan Moot|Facebook.
South East Scotland
Meets first Saturday of each month, time varies and currently in process of relocating, so please email or check FaceBook. For further information contact Jean via firstname.lastname@example.org, Pagans of Edinburgh on Facebook.
Currently not meeting and awaiting Scottish government guidance on how to do so safely, however the Facebook page is still accepting new members and different discussions take place there. For further information contact Eliza via email@example.com or FaceBook
Meet monthly/bi-monthly for moots and rituals in central Edinburgh, typically meeting at the Kilderkin before heading down to Holyrood Park. We have a focus on Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian sources but are widely inclusive having Roman Pagans, Druids and other esoteric belief systems at our moots. FFI follow Heathens of Lothian | Facebook or contact Kieran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday evenings, monthly, at Unit 1, Riverside Mills, Dunsdale Haugh Selkirk, opposite Oregan Timber Carpark. Different talks, occasional 'coffee social moots', and summer trips out and about. For further information contact and confirmation of date, time and subject for discussion, please request to be added to our Facebook page ScottishBorderspaganmoot or email email@example.com
Meets on the last Tuesday of each month, from 8pm in the Friends Meeting House, 2 Howard Place, St Andrews KY16 9HL. Check in advance on the FB group before each meeting. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or St Andrews Pagan Moot group on Facebook.
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Using Ritual, drama and music - tailored to our specific needs and desires - we build a Modern Temple environment such as Dionysus himself would feel at home in. Our shamanic blend of Maenad Priestesses, fine wine and banging music result in an evening shot through with freedom, humour and truth-saying... all igniting a fire that calls the God Himself. You don't have to follow this specific belief or have pagan experience; we have spirit enough to drag you out of reality. ALL intoxication, including that of the flesh, can be a communion with the Divine. We create distinctive events that acknowledge that the past held much wisdom, and that the Mysteries are as relevant today as ever they were.
If you are of a Pentheus mindset please stay away. Meets are variable, erratic but heartfelt! Sometimes ticketed events, sometimes not. Locations vary from private land, to hired venues, to members volunteered locations. We are open to discussion in our creation of Modern space for the Ancient Divine. Facebook Group Link: www.facebook.com/groups/thetempleofdionysus/ Contact Name: Dion Sabazius Website Link: thetempleofdionysus.com, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets first Tuesday of each month at 7pm, at Just Sew, 57 East Main Street, West Calder, West Lothian. All paths welcome. A charge of £5.00 is made to cover hire and photocopying. For further information contact Esme email@example.com
South West Scotland
Located in Argyll meet on Sabbats to celebrate the ever changing wheel of the year, through Druidic ceremony and ritual. You can contact Aria by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or on the Facebook page DruidsoftheAwen
The Ayrshire Moot will aim to meet outdoors in the Ayrshire area on the last Sunday of the month (as far as possible). Details of the events will be posted on the Facebook page Ayrshire.moot. Join us for the Dunure labyrinth clean up in February. For further information see Facebook or email Janette, Andy and Anne at Ayrshire.email@example.com
Meets fourth Thursday of each month, 8pm until 10pm. New members are very welcome. For further information contact Elaine via firstname.lastname@example.org or Bren via email@example.com or Glasgow Pagans on Facebook.
Based in Annan, Dumfriesshire, meets once per sabbat over a cake or two with kindred spirits. Speak to Jules Kelly about location and dates at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook at Pagan Craic or Dumfries & Galloway Pagan Moot.
We hold an open ceremony for each of the seasonal celebrations at a secluded and accessible location with both outdoor and wet weather options! Yes, I know, how lucky are we? We’re also within 400 yards/metres of the ferry terminal, so you don’t need to bring a car across!
Details are on our Facebook page : Druids of Arran
We also have an OBOD Seedgroup with both in person and virtual members for those on the mainland.
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The Druids of Caledon meet to celebrate the festivals throughout the year at Rouken Glen Country Park, for further details visit the events section on the Druids of Caledon Scotland Facebook page.
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information contact www.glasgowpagans.org.uk or Glasgow Pagans Facebook group or email Bren via email@example.com
Meets third Wednesday of each month, from 8-10pm, in a small booth at the back of the Bull Inn, 7 New Street, Paisley, PA1 1XU. For further information contact join Facebook group or Jen / Steffy via TheWeaversMoot@gmail.com or 07878 016989.
The Ravens Craig Moot Meets the First Saturday / Sunday each month between 14:00 and 16:00. These are a mix of online and in person depending on covid restriction levels. When in person it's at various locations around Lanarkshire and can include cafe and walks (we try to take public transport links and accessibility into account). Email Rachel Grey firstname.lastname@example.org or join the Facebook group for up to date info. Group link is https://www.facebook.com/groups/170143880722483/
Take a journey across the Seashore (based in South Ayrshire). Be inspired creatively and spiritually and then on to a café for a cuppa and catch up. For further details with dates and times please contact Linda at email@example.com.
For 2023 the moots meet on every second Wednesday of the month from March to November at The Curlers Rest, 256-260 Byers Road, Hillhead, Glasgow, G12 8SH. We are an in person group and meet upstairs in the Curlers Rest. We are a practical and eclectic group filled with an opportunity to learn from many paths. We are mainly focused on folk magic and exploring the craft hands on. FFI contact Avi Lago at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moots will be at various locations, and dates, often at short notice, and mostly held out of doors. Details will be posted on South Lanarkshire Moot on FaceBook. Email: email@example.com
Interested in learning more about Gardnerian Witchcraft from a Wiccan High Priestess and High Priest? Introductory workshops for Glasgow & surrounding area. For further information contact Fee.Aquila@gmail.com