Milestones in Our History
Copyright © 1997 - 2012 c.e., Church
and School of Wicca
Church of Wicca:
- Formed in 1968. The first Wiccan
In 1972 gained federal recognition of Witchcraft
as a religion.
- First to use "Wicca" to describe
the religion of Witchcraft.
- Longest-lived church of Wicca in the world,
with 31 consecutive Samhain observances.
- In 1985 convinced a federal appeals court that
Wicca was a religion equal to any other.
- Convinced the IRS that Wiccan churches did not
have to keep financial records, just like other
- First Craft correspondence
- Reached one million pieces of
outgoing mail in one year in 1978.
- Helped write the State of
Washington Prisoner's Handbook for Wicca.
- Has brought more than 200,000
people to the Craft.
- Student enrolled by January 1, 2013: 41,236
- Prolific writers and
- Live under a Vow of Poverty
(since 1972). All their material possessions
have been given over to the Church.
- Twenty-two books and booklets
published in five languages. Over 350,000 books sold.
- Thirteen correspondence
courses (which are continuously updated).
- Former members of the North
Carolina Prison Chaplains' Commission.
- Have been shot at because of
- Have had live bombs at two
hotels during events and countless bomb threats.
- Countless negative
demonstrations against them.
- Hundreds of hours of TV,
including Donahue, Larry King, and PBS.
- Hundreds of hours of radio,
- Widely known speakers.
- They have recently revised
their controversial "The Witch's Bible" into "Good
- Since 1995 directed and
produced "Icon" series of videos of Pagan/Wiccan leaders and their thoughts.
- To educate those in authority
concerning the Craft and its beliefs.
- To remove negative Wiccan
stereotypes through their work in the media.
- To participate in and promote Pagan Pride Day
- To explore other spiritual
- To debunk popular myth and
- To work for equal rights for
Witches and the Craft.
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Church of Wicca, the School of Wicca, and the Craft.
Copyright © 1997 - 2012
c.e., Church and School of Wicca