MS/150/5: Rowan Tree Church Periodical Collection

MS/150/5: Rowan Tree Church Periodical Collection

 

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  • The Rowan Tree Church is an earth-based religion founded by Rev. Paul Beyerl, a Third Degree Initiate in the Alexandrian Tradition of Wicca, and incorporated on February 4, 1980 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • This newsletter was used as a mechanism to communicate internally with Church members.
  • The Rowan Tree Church is an Earth-focused network of Communities and solitary practitioners dedicated to the study and practice of the Wiccan Tradition we call Lothloriën. We encourage spiritual growth through support, ...

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  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1985-08-05)
    This newsletter was used as a mechanism to communicate internally with Church members. It provides a glimpse into the activities and the personalities involved within the church. Included are excerpts from letters, cassette ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1985-07-17)
    This newsletter was used as a mechanism to communicate internally with Church members. It provides a glimpse into the activities and the personalities involved within the church. Included are excerpts from letters, cassette ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1985)
    This newsletter was used as a mechanism to communicate internally with Church members. It provides a glimpse into the activities and the personalities involved within the church. Included are excerpts from letters, cassette ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1985)
    This newsletter was used as a mechanism to communicate internally with Church members. It provides a glimpse into the activities and the personalities involved within the church. Included are excerpts from letters, cassette ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1985-07-04)
    The Rowan Tree Church is an earth-based religion founded by Rev. Paul Beyerl, a Third Degree Initiate in the Alexandrian Tradition of Wicca, and incorporated on February 4, 1980 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Considered by ...
  • Unknown author (Tom Furtwangler, 1995-06-01)
    An independent, ecological magazine from Seattle, Washington. Edited and owned by Tom Furtwangler, the publication features businesses that recognized for their ecological practices.
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2006)
    The twenty-fourth annual report begins with a renewed discussion on what it means for the Church to survive and how to ensure its longevity.
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2005)
    The twenty-third annual report reflects on the last two years beginning with a return to the Church’s roots and last year’s planting of seeds in order to insure a strong foundation and future. This year’s annual report ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2004)
    The twenty-second annual report shares the outcome of the changes made the previous year. Rev. Paul Beyerl also renumerates on the progress he has made in revising and expanding Lothloriën’s Book of Shadows and his efforts ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2003)
    The twenty-first annual report opens with a short narrative on loss, either through death or members leaving. This is followed by a reflection on how different this Wiccan church is in teaching from the “coven approach” ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2002)
    The twentieth annual report announces that in addition to being recognized as a religion, the IRS now recognizes Rowan Tree as an official church. Rev. Paul Beyerl reflects on his own journey, moving from Minneapolis, to ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2001)
    The eighteenth annual report begins by reflecting on the past 20th anniversary of obtaining legal recognition. Rev. Paul Beyerl reflects on his own journey, moving from Minneapolis, to Dallas, to Los Angeles before setting ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2000)
    The eighteenth annual report begins by reflecting on the past 20th anniversary of obtaining legal recognition. Rev. Paul Beyerl reflects on his own journey, moving from Minneapolis to Dallas, to Los Angeles before setting ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 1999)
    The seventeenth annual report begins by reflecting on the past 19 years and how far the Church has developed since the time it was legally recognized. Two major events are described: the publication of A Wiccan Bardo, ...
  • Beyerl, Paul, Rev. (The Rowan Tree Church, 1981-09-22)
    Dear Hornless Wonders, Here comes another autumnal equinox. There is a lot of work to be done, and we are entering a time of change. As I travel around the United States there are increasingly disturbing events to be found. ...
  • Beyerl, Paul, Rev. (The Rowan Tree Church, 1981-09)
    Dearest Readers, Thus begins the season of harvest, of reaping the fruits of our labors. On Lammas Eve, unicorns of all persuasions will gather in the gardens of Lothloriën. Fruits and breads will be brought into the garden ...
  • Beyerl, Paul, Rev. (The Rowan Tree Church, 2018-08)
    Dearest readers, Surely the Mother brought a full Maybasket, indeed! The gardens of Lothlorien are fertile, the herbs are blooming, and the treasures and trinkets, stones and shells from all our friends bring magick and ...
  • Beyerl, Paul, Rev. (The Rowan Tree Church, 1981-06)
    Dear Peoplepersons: Now that the bursting, exuberant energies of spring have ebbed, we anticipate a joyous Mayseason, with time for all to relax, frolic, and enjoy the fruits of the changing times. On Bealtaine Eve, unicorns ...
  • Beyerl, Paul, Rev. (The Rowan Tree Church, 1981-03)
    Dear Readers, There’s been a lot of activity at the Rowan Tree these past weeks... The Goddess unfolded new paths for those involved, and the house has been filled with sounds of painting, moving, and new voices. The sounds ...
  • Beyerl, Paul, Rev. (The Rowan Tree Church, 1981)
    Dear Readership, Here I sit, with pen in hoof, and Yule memories dance in my head… An amazing time of the Earth, with nearly two weeks of partying following Solstice. Cassidy and Paul went out and carried home the Yule ...

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