A Hosting at the Morrígan’s Hearth ONLINE 2020

UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become clear that this gathering will not be safe to proceed as planned this year. To support the health and safety of our community, we’re canceling the in-person Gathering, and for this year will host an online event during the same dates.

This re-envisioned Morrígan’s Hearth Online gathering will be held via videoconferencing and will include talks, devotionals, bardics, and social time. While we’ll miss gathering with you in person this year, we are anticipating a fun and rewarding online event. And we’ll definitely be back in 2021 with our in-person retreat in the redwoods, for which dates are already booked with the campground.

Tickets for the Morrígan’s Hearth Online are now available at an early-bird base rate of $35 for the full two-day conference through our Indiegogo fundraising campaign. After the campaign ends May 1, tickets will go on sale later this spring at full sliding scale price: $50-100 for the full two-day event, or $35-85 for a one-day pass. To get your early-bird ticket now, grab the “Cormac’s Hall” perk. This perk will get you your ticket at the early-bird base rate of $35, plus you also get our Raven patch and Cathubodua enamel pin, a total value of $49. The “Cormac’s Hall” perk price is set at $45, and for sliding scale, you can simply enter whatever amount you’d like to pay above that number.

For more details, see our blog post about this change. Event details for the Morrígan’s Hearth Online event will be coming later this spring.

Celtic Polytheist Devotional Gathering in the Redwood Forest

Community workshops and rituals | Devotional shrines


Camping and cabin accommodations

All Celtic polytheist worship, traditions and practices welcome

September 25-27 | Lughnasadh

Mendocino Woodlands Camp, Mendocino, CA

Ticket sales to be available soon

Event Schedule: 

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/659303418145613/

Registration Details

Gathering opens for the public September 25-27.

Tickets: To be announced

Tent cabins are on wooden platforms with small wooden stairs for entry, covered by canvas over wooden frames. Each cabin has 4 simple camp beds. We will give preference to special needs guests when allocating cabin spaces. There is also plenty of space for tent-camping if you prefer to bring your own tent.

Kids welcome!.

Meal Plan:  To be announced

Catering to be announced

Dietary restrictions and food allergies will be accommodated for as much as possible provided we have advance notice.

Deadline to register for the Meal Plan: To be announced



You may bring your own food for self-catering instead of the meal plan. Kitchen use and refrigerator space will NOT be available for self-catering – you will need your own ice chest and food preparation. NO cooking fires will be allowed but you may use a camp stove in the dining area.

This event is conducted in alignment with the Coru hospitality and safety policy: http://www.corupriesthood.com/statement-hospitality-safety

Accessibility Info:

Wheelchair accessibility at the site is poor due to hilly paths, and stairs on restrooms/cabins. Licensed service animals allowed only. For more details, see the FAQ and this folder of site photos & navigation videos.

Questions? See our FAQ here or contact us with questions at corupriesthood@gmail.com.