In 2014, the Otherfaith is entering its forth year of growth. We are very excited to move forward into our new life. This year, we are focusing on community growth and development. We are putting together a bi-monthly newsletter full of information about the faith, holding local classes in Arizona, and holding an online discussion group. We are also pushing for stable, enjoyable religious community. This space is meant to be safe, a haven and resting place for those who need it. We look forward to those who join us in this adventure.
Our discussion group is taking place on the first Sunday of every month, starting February 2nd. Please check back here for updates concerning the discussion group, topics, and times. If you have any questions or concerns about the group, please send a message through the askbox.
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"We sing to the highest gods of the West, you who dwell with us in this our new life." The Four Gods of the Other People are revered here. This is the blog of the Otherfaith, a modern polytheistic religion focusing on urban life and shared worship. Questions are always welcome, anon is currently on. This space is a sacred electronic shrine and learning hub. Please treat it with decency and respect.
About the Faith
The Otherfaith is a modern polytheistic religion. We are urban-centric, technology-loving, and always keep our eyes to the future. We were born from the modern Pagan and polytheist movements, and from them we have grown and become new, modern, evolving - a new faith. In 2014, we go into this our fourth year and seek community, growth, and deeper religious discoveries.
About the People
The Other People are the members of the Otherfaith. As followers of Christianity are called Christians, those of the Otherfaith are called Other People. We form a community of critically conscious devotional polytheists, passionately in love with our world and our spirits. We call ourselves Other People because of our connections to the faeries of the modern world and our own understanding of dwelling on the threshold. We are Other People because we have become Other.