Fellowship of the
Lord and Lady

Organized Events

Updated: February 2022

Pub Moot

Pub Moot is a long standing tradition in many modern Pagan communities. This is a regular, repeating event.

The Pub Moot is a place to come out and socialize with spiritually and religiously like-minded folk. Meet and greet, have a pint, share a story and a laugh. The Pub Moot is the perfect place for complete newcomers to introduce themselves and meet other people.

Invite your friends and family.

Origin of the Word Moot

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

n. An ancient English meeting, especially a representative meeting of the freemen of a shire.


When we meet in a public space, we are the representatives of our tradition and our values. We love Pagans and we love Pagan culture. We also want to set an example to the world that we are a civil and respectable people.

We are accepting of differences, open-minded, and non-judgemental. However, we also invite, encourage, support and foster open-ended discussion. We support free speech. Disagreements are bound to happen, but we are first children of the Lord and Lady, brothers and sisters in a common world. We strongly encourage you to be slow to take offense if someone has a different opinion than yours.

When and Where?

Pub Moot is the 2nd Wednesday of every month
from 8pm until we get tired and go home.

Note: In December, there is no Pub Moot. See Wiccan Circle.

At the Merchant Tap House

(Please do not contact the pub directly about this event. Our arrangement is informal.)

Wiccan Circle

Wiccan Circle is an open-door repeating event at a more private location. At these events we celebrate the Eight Wiccan Sabbats: Samhain, Yule, Imbolg, Ostara, Beltaine, Litha, Lughnasadh and Mabon. On months that occur between Sabbats we do a variety of other religious and spiritual activities, and host more focused topics of discussion and learning.

Anyone is welcome to attend (19 years of age or over), even if you don't consider yourself to be Wiccan, or even Pagan. However, we, the Fellowship of the Lord and Lady, are a Wiccan group and therefore our practice, our teachings, and our traditions are oriented around Wicca. If Wicca is not your style, we will gladly help you to network with other groups that may better suit your beliefs and practices.

When and Where?

Wiccan Circle is the 4th Wednesday of every month
from 7:30pm until 10:30pm.

Note: In December, Wiccan Circle is 2nd Wednesday of December.

For the dates: September 27, October 25, and November 22, of 2023

At Trellis/HARS: Jeannie's Place
Jeannie's Place, entrance on the right.

For all other dates:

At the Kingston Community House

Or, at Lake Ontario Park
(From June to September when the weather is nice.)

Our Year and a Day Cycle

At Wiccan Circle we celebrate the 8 Sabbats.


Samhain October 31 Major Sabbat, Cross Quarter, The Goddess is now in the underworld after following the God. The boundaries have dissolved so the non–living and the living my cross into each other’s worlds.
Yule December 20‑23 Minor Sabbat, Quarter, The Wheel turns once more and the Goddess at Yule is with child. We celebrate the fact that the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half of the year.
Imbolg February 1‑2 Major Sabbat, Cross Quarter, We are celebrating new life, an awakening and the growth of the returning light, “The Sun.”
Ostara March 20‑22 Minor Sabbat, Quarter, On this Sabbat we are celebrating the renewed union of the God and Goddess. This seed will bring with it growth, birth and bounty.
Beltaine May 1 Major Sabbat, Cross Quarter, At this time of conception, the Maiden Goddess has reached her fullness, she is the manifestation of growth.
Litha June 21 Minor Sabbat, Quarter, We celebrate the Sun God, his warmth, energy and strength. The bonfires represent the Sun at its peak.
Lughnasadh August 1 Major Sabbat, Cross Quarter, This is the time to celebrate the First Harvest of: fruit, grain and corn. A ritual cutting of the first grain is celebrated and items made from the grains.
Mabon September 21‑23 Minor Sabbat, Quarter, The Sun God’s strengh is starting to wane, nights begin to get longer and days become shorter with the air crisp and cool.

At four Moots in a year, between the months of Sabbat Celebrations, we host open topic discussions, hold Q&A sessions, and take requests about topics of interest.

Additional Information

How to find us

There is parking along 99 York Street. Come in the main front red doors. The livingroom is on the main floor, second door on the left. If you're uncertain, ask about the Kingston Environmentalist Study Group.

When at Lake Ontario Park, from June to September when the weather is nice, we meet 15 minutes before the start of the event, on the benches where the parking lot meets the main entrance to the park.

Age Restrictions

You must be 19 years of age or older to participate in this event.

It is our goal to serve the community to the best of our ability. However, there are laws which prohibit teaching alternative religious values to minors.

We sincerely apologize if this inconveniences a young seeker.

Contact Information

Please send any inquiries to

Indoor shot of livingroom of The Kingston Community House Map to The Kingston Community House at 99 York

* Our membership with The Kingston Community House is under the group name: Kingston Environmentalist Study Group. And our stated description is:

“We are a small group who are looking for a quiet intimate environment where we can get together once a month to engage in lively discussion about the books we are reading, across a wide variety of topics from environmentalism, ecology, to natural living.”

We trust this description of our goals is suitable not only for our use of The Kingston Community House, but also for your use in protecting the privacy you deserve should you find yourself needing to explain to anyone where you go one Wednesday evening a month.