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The Aquarian Tabernacle Church (ATC) was formed in 1979 by Pete “Pathfinder” Davis as a coven dedicated to providing religious services and support to the larger Wiccan community. The ATC was “the right idea at the right time,” and in a few years grew into the first Wiccan church with full legal status and recognition by the governments of three nations. The ATC now has many affiliated groups sharing the benefits and protections of the ATC recognition “umbrella” through its unique group exemption from the U.S. Treasury.

This growth is the result of building a large core group – dedicated Wiccans who share the same dedication and goals, and a willingness to work together to realize their goals. The Aquarian Tabernacle Church is not a building, it is the people who participate.

Are you interested in how you can help Wicca? Then we are interested in how we can help you. Membership in our internationally recognized church can be of immense value in your everyday life, from social interaction with like-minded folks to freedom of worship, employment and child custody matters. The ATC is family friendly, and encourages involving our little ones. Being involved with an affiliated group brings those advantages to your local community or group as well.

Learn what has been accomplished here for The Craft, and how you too can make similar strides in your area. We are not offering untried concepts; the things we talk about are solid advancements in the real world where it matters. We must learn to walk proudly in today’s world!

Please explore our site, and check back often to see how we are growing and changing here on the Web and around the world.

Learn more about the History of the ATC

 

Church Contact Information
  • Rev. Belladonna Laveau
  • Aquarian Tabernacle ChurchPO Box 409 Index, WA 98256-0409
  • Voice: (360)793-1945
  • Fax: (360)793-3537
  • bella@aquatabch.org
  • Additional contact information

 

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