Events at the Olympia Sacred Fire House
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Attending sacred fire ceremonies opens your innate, authentic connection to healing, courage, heart, spirit and community. Public fires and women's fires are held monthly, and men's fires are scheduled quarterly.
The Olympia Sacred Fire House also hosts annual seasonal ceremonies to mark the Summer and Winter solstices, and a Spring ceremony that offers gratitude for Winter's rains, as well as special ceremonies and teaching fires with elders through out the year.
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To learn more about sacred fire ceremonies held in Seattle, Portland, and over 50 other locations around the world, visit Sacred Fire Community's "find your fire" page.
COMMUNITY sacred FIREs
Held the first Saturday of every month - 7:00 pm start
Experience a simple ceremony that opens ritual space so the warmth and wisdom of Grandfather Fire can light your life and awaken your heart. Community fires generally last 3-4 hours.
Everyone is welcome.
women's SACRED FIREs
Held on the New Moon each month - 7:00 - 10:00 pm
Women are creators, connectors, weavers of life and relationship.
The women's sacred fire dives deep with ceremony, drumming, dreaming and sharing from the heart.
This fire is hosted by Peter's wife, Sharon, who is an initiated Sacred Fire Community Fire Keeper and Nahua Granicera (Weather Worker). Questions? Contact Sharon at 360-561-8773.
New moon fire dates may vary from dates shown on your calendar. It's best to confirm with a phone call or subscribe to the newsletter.
men's sacred fires
- April 11th - Wednesday - 7:00 pm
- July 10th - Tuesday, 7:00 pm
- October 4th - Thursday, 7:00 pm
Exploring the Divine Masculine
What does it mean to be a man? Society often presents the masculine from the mind's perspective, including cultural norms and mixed messages that can create confusion and insecurity about how to act and react as a man.
Coming to the Men’s fires allows us to explore going into our hearts to see the male role from a deeper perspective.
summer and winter
nahua solstice fire ceremonies
Held on the June and December evenings closest to the actual time of solstice