Athens Area Pagans

Athens Area Pagans (AAP) is a relaxed, informal gathering of Pagans of all Paths in the Athens (Georgia, USA) area. We have supported community gatherings since 2005 and are sponsors of the Athens Pagan Pride Day, held annually in the fall to promote awareness and tolerance of Paganism. Our goal is to help local Pagans obtain the resources they need, whatever their Path. AAP is a Georgia Non-Profit and an IRS 501(c)(3) religious organization.

Meetings Saturdays at 5 p.m., now in person and on video

We are continuing to hold the regular meeting at Loco's Eastside (Green Acres Shopping Center on Barnett Shoals Road) beginning about 5 pm. We do plan to stream events to Zoom, for those who prefer to continue to meet by video. Athens Area Pagans Inc. has held a public meeting (almost) every Saturday at 5 p.m. since July of 2005. If you would like to participate in a video meeting, please send your information to

AllWays: Pagan Community Survey

Click here to take our survey to determine the needs and wants of the Pagan Community. Pagan Community Survey

Click here for More information about the AllWays Community Project. AllWays

Annual AAP Meeting Feb. 27

The annual General Meeting of Athens Area Pagans Inc. will be held Saturday, Feb. 27, 5 pm at the usual place. Because of social distancing requirements, only a few members can be physically present and we are requesting most people participate by Zoom Video. A link for the Zoom session will be posted the week before the meeting. Officers for the coming year will be elected, the current officers will make reports on the past year's activities, and various changes to the by laws may be proposed or submitted to the membership. Other agenda items may be considered. Please submit proposed agenda items and nominations for officers by posting to the AAP-official channel, at aap-testing, on, with an email to Note: Although anyone can listen to the meeting, only General Members have a right to be heard or offer objections and only Core members can stand for office. To be a General Member, you must have provided your legal name and address to the Secretary, or filled out the form under the Member Resources tab on this page. To be a core member, you must be a General Member and also have met participation and contribution requirements during the past year. Otherwise, for other information, write To register as a General Member or read our by-laws, check the Member Resources tab.

Community Garden

We are currently working with a community garden on a member's private property and are always looking for help with that. Check here for more information