The Wiccan Resources page provides links to online Wiccan websites, as well as street addresses to various Wiccan groups, to be used by incarcerated Wiccans.
General Information About Wicca
- Wikipedia Wicca Page
- What is Wicca?
- A Beginner’s Guide to the Wiccan Religion
- This History of Wicca
- Gavin and Yvonne Frost’ Church and School of Wicca
- Introduction to the Wiccan Religion and Contemporary Paganism
Online Wiccan Community Sites
- The Celtic Connection
- The Wild Hunt
- Wiccan Interfaith Council International
- The Witch’s Voice Facebook Page (WitchVox.com is no longer used)
- Wiccan Living
- Covenant of the Goddess Website
- Covenant of the Goddess Facebook Page
- Circle Sanctuary
- Good Wiccan
- Coven Oldenwilde
Specifically for Incarcerated Pagans
- On Being Pagan in Prison
- Want to Help Pagans in Prison?
- Gullveig Press’ Incarcerated Pagan Resources Page
- Pagan & Wiccan Prisoner Advocacy
- Witches and Pagans Magazine’s Pagans in Prison Page
- Witch Trials: There Is Nothing Magical About Being a Pagan in Prison
- Pagans in Prison: Our Brothers (and Sisters) Behind Bars
- Wiccan/Neopagan prison ministries
- Pagan Prison Ministry
- Church of the Spiral Tree Pagan Prisoner Ministry Page
- Pagan Life Academy – for Incarcerated Pagans
- Mother Earth Ministries (no longer active)
- Wicca Behind Bars (a PDF format book)
- Pagan Prisoner Advocate’s Guide (a PDF format book)
- Steel Bars, Sacred Waters: Celtic Paganism for Prisoners
- Wiccan Drug and Alcohol Rehab
Wiccan Anti-Discrimination Groups
- Officers of Avalon is a fraternal, educational, and charitable organization for pagan first responders and military personnel.
- Earth Religions Legal Assistance Network is a service organization that helps Earth Religion Rights activists communicate so they can help people with legal problems associated with religious discrimination.
- Lady Liberty League provides religious freedom support for Wiccans, Pagans, and other nature religion practitioners worldwide.
Addresses for Wiccans
Alexandria Temple of Universal Metaphysics
P. O. Box 140177 Edgewater, CO 80214
Alexandria Temple ministers to incarcerated Wiccans/pagans and their families. They provide books and information to prison/chapel libraries, chaplains, programs managers and other corrections staff. They also offer in-person chaplains in the state of Colorado.
The publishers of SageWoman (only sent to women’s prison chaplains for free) and Witches & Pagans magazines send free subscriptions to prison chaplains and prison libraries upon written request, and accept paid sample requests and paid subscriptions from inmates.
Books Through Bars
4722 Baltimore Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19143
Books Through Bars collects and distributes books to individual prisoners and prison libraries: they also run programs intended to showcase prisoner art and educate the non-incarcerated public.
Lady Liberty League
PO Box 9, Barneveld, WI 53507
Lady Liberty League provides information and networking assistance to individuals and organizations concerned with religious freedom issues pertaining to Wiccan ways, Paganism, and Nature religions.