CMA Societies are a way for CMA members to network, learn from one another, get involved in CMA activities or just meet others who share their interests.
The activities of CMA Societies are up to their members. Some are active just at CMA festivals, by presenting rituals or workshops. Others look for ways to get together more often and perhaps offer activities to others in CMA or the larger Pagan community between CMA festivals.
Joining a CMA Society is easy. Either attend its meeting at the next festival or get in touch with the group’s coordinator and/or subscribe to its email list. There are no additional fees or membership requirements. If you’re a CMA member and you have knowledge and skills to share, if you’d like to learn, or if you’re just interested, choose a CMA society that appeals to you and get involved.
If you would like to become a coordinator or start a new society, information is available. General duties for a society coordinator include:
- Writing a short report 4 times a year for the Accord
- Running a society meeting twice a year - one at Beltane and one at Samhain
- Acting as e-list owner and moderator