About Us

If you're new to Living Earth and attending an Earth-based ceremony for the first time, you can find the most essential parts of our documentation in one place: 


What do we believe and do? 
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)  
Mission and Priorities
Our Statement of Beliefs
The Cornerstones of Community
Group Agreements
Our Worship Services
Ritual Etiquette
Collaborative Planning


Community Events and Services 
Upcoming Ritual and Event Schedule
Beltania: Our nationally known MusicFest camping retreat and festival

Organization of the Church 
Official Living Earth Documents (including Constitution and Bylaws, Annual and Other Reports)



Recommended References
What Is Paganism?

Our History and Future
What began as a women's circle is now something much different! Begun with roots in Reclaiming and eclectic Wicca, Living Earth probably has more people that call themselves "flexitheists" than not. We're moving towards eco-consciousness; striving towards kindness, understanding, and growth; living in service to Mother Earth and to all Her beings; and embracing the principles of healthy community. We are a place for spiritual seekers who want a small group, not a large church experience.

We are open and welcoming to diversity in all its forms.

We began as just a couple people in Highlands Ranch is now a group of people from all over the Denver metro and Front Range area. Now we have at least 2-4 meetings a month including ceremonies, service opportunities, workshops, classes, and meetings. Hundreds of people attend Beltania, our annual festival at La Foret Conference and Retreat Center in Colorado Springs.