Sacred Fire in North Carolina

Looking for something real?

Real connection. Real change. Real purpose.

 

Know Fire in a whole new way

 

Free Fire Starter kit includes:

  • eBook:  The Fire Practice Primer: An Introduction to Fire’s Medicine
  • Poster:  Get Fired Up: 9 Ways to Bring More Fire into your Life
  • Online Fire Circle List:  Free, online gatherings facilitated by Firekeepers

 

Who hosts community fires?

Sacred Fires are hosted by Firekeepers who are trained, initiated, and receive continuing education in the time-honored principles of “Fire Work”—the capacity to work with Fire’s powers of illumination and transformation to bring forth personal and community growth and healing. 

What are community fires about?

Community Fires expand and enrich our relationships through the connective and transformative power of Fire. Our world is diverse and Community Fires welcome all peoples, races, genders, ages and beliefs.

Each fire is different, reflecting the night’s mix of personalities, time of year, events happening in the world and what arises around the flames. Typically we share what’s going on in our lives, stories, music, drumming, and laughter—as well as more personal reflections, troubles and conflicts.

Whether a fire is quiet and contemplative, emotional and challenging, or boistrous and spirited, it offers a safe space for spontaneity, inspiration, life challenges, fresh perspectives and opportunities for personal and group transformation.

We carry the benefits we receive back to our homes, our communities, and the world.

When and where do they happen?

Community Fires, open to everyone, are scheduled monthly. Some communities also offer women’s and men’s fires.

Currently Community Fires are available in the United States, Mexico, Columbia, Canada, Ireland, England, Wales, Scotland, Greece and Australia.

Online Fire Circles are available in 10 different time zones and 2 languages for people who cannot travel to a Community Fire hearth.

Use the visual map below to find your fire. There’s also a complete list of current fire locations with Firekeeper contact information below the map.

Looking for something real?

Real connection. Real change. Real purpose.

Know Fire in a whole new way

Free Fire Starter kit includes:

  • eBook:  The Fire Practice Primer: An Introduction to Fire’s Medicine
  • Poster:  Get Fired Up: 9 Ways to Bring More Fire into Life
  • Online Fire Circle List:  Free online gatherings facilitated by Firekeepers

 

Who hosts community fires?

Sacred Fires are hosted by Firekeepers who are trained, initiated, and receive continuing education in the time-honored principles of “Fire Work”—the capacity to work with Fire’s powers of illumination and transformation to bring forth personal and community growth and healing. 

What are community fires about?

Community Fires expand and enrich our relationships through the connective and transformative power of Fire. Our world is diverse and Community Fires welcome all peoples, races, genders, ages and beliefs.

Each fire is different, reflecting the night’s mix of personalities, time of year, events happening in the world and what arises around the flames. Typically we share what’s going on in our lives, stories, music, drumming, and laughter—as well as more personal reflections, troubles and conflicts.

Whether a fire is quiet and contemplative, emotional and challenging, or boistrous and spirited, it offers a safe space for spontaneity, inspiration, life challenges, fresh perspectives and opportunities for personal and group transformation.

We carry the benefits we receive back to our homes, our communities, and the world.

When and where do they happen?

Community Fires, open to everyone, are scheduled monthly. Some communities also offer women’s and men’s fires.

Currently Community Fires are available in the United States, Mexico, Columbia, Canada, Ireland, England, Wales, Scotland, Greece and Australia.

Online Fire Circles are available in 10 different time zones and 2 languages for people who cannot travel to a Community Fire hearth.

Use the visual map below to find your fire. There’s also a complete list of current fire locations with Firekeeper contact information below the map.

Find Your Fire

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Find Your Fire

Sacred Fires are held around the world. See the list below to email a Firekeeper for details.

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Download our Fire Starter Kit for a list of Online Fires, held in 10 global time zones and 2 languages.

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USA
CA- Long Beach – John Huang – [email protected]
CA- Nevada City – Maxima Kahn – [email protected]
CA- Ojai – Angela Ocone – [email protected]
CA- Ojai – Anthony Ocone – [email protected]
CA- Santa Barbara – Elizabeth LaCaze – [email protected]
CA- Santa Monica – Alan Kerner – [email protected]
CA- Santa Monica – Amanda Kerner – [email protected]
CO- Grand Junction – John Walden – [email protected]
CO- Mesa – Deanna Jenne – [email protected]
CO- Mesa – Gary Weidner – [email protected]
GA- Carrollton – Jessica De la O – [email protected]
GA- Carrollton – Larry Messerman – [email protected]
GA- Carrollton – Sherry Boatright – [email protected]
MA- Brookfield – Gwen Broz – [email protected]
MA- Brookfield – Timothy Simon – [email protected]
ME- Blue Hill – Noah Lorio – [email protected]
MI- Okemos – K’Anna Burton – [email protected]
MI- Okemos – Kate Barrier – [email protected]
MS- Poplarville – Karla Cole – [email protected]
MS- Poplarville – Tim Cole – [email protected]
NC- Chapel Hill – Alison Gayek – [email protected]
NC- Chapel Hill – Vinny Marra – [email protected]
NC- Kernersville – Christine Staub – [email protected]
NC- Kernersville – Dusty Staub – [email protected]
NC- Maggie Valley – Cindy  Fogle – [email protected]
NC- Rougemont – Michael Savino – [email protected]
NC- Weaverville – Lisa Lichtig – [email protected]
NC- Weaverville – Patrick Hanaway – [email protected]
NH- Wilton – Chris Griffin – [email protected]
NM- Ancient Way – Buffy Aakaash – [email protected]
NY- Hurleyville – Anna Lena Hilton – [email protected]
OR- Portland – Jonathon Merritt – [email protected]
PA- New Freedom – Linda Felch – [email protected]
SC- Florence – Annie King – [email protected]
SC- Florence – Faye Townsend – [email protected]
TN- Franklin – Robin Lockwood – [email protected]
TN- Oak Ridge – Mary Beth Robinson – [email protected]
TN- Summertown – Susan Skinner – [email protected]
WA- Olympia – Peter Brown – [email protected]
WA- Olympia – Sharon Brown – [email protected]
WA- Seatlle – Colin Lenhart – [email protected]

Australia
NT – Alice Springs – Reyna Menadue – [email protected]
NT – Alice Springs – Roger Menadue  – [email protected]
Victoria  – Queenscliff – Bruce Sherriff – [email protected]
WA – White Gum Valley – Philip Roberts –  [email protected]
WA – White Gum Valley – Sofia – [email protected]

Canada
ON  – Toronto  – Mai Duong – [email protected]
ON – Kingston  –   Tibrata Gillies  – [email protected]

Colombia – Medellin – Wilinthon Osorio – [email protected]

Greece – Corfu – Vivian Menjivar – [email protected]

Ireland – Westport  – Carolyn Mitchell – [email protected]

Mexico
MO – Tepoztlan –  Erica Cohen  – [email protected]
MO – Tepoztlan  –  Jaime Velez – [email protected]
MO – Tepoztlán  –  Ana Cortés – [email protected]

UK -England
Bristol – Carole  Nomessin  – [email protected]
Devon  – Anna Murray-Preece –  [email protected]
Beddingham  – Anne Lynn – [email protected]
Shropshire  – Lucy Wells – [email protected]
Shropshire – Michael Locke  –  [email protected]

UK -Scotland
Edinburgh  – Sylvia Law –  [email protected]
UK -Wales
Denbighshire – Lynn-Amanda  Brown – [email protected]
Pembrokeshire  – Jeff  Bartlett  – [email protected]
Wrexham –  Simon Huxley – [email protected]

 

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