Interfaith Connections

The Covenant of the Goddess is proud to support positive interfaith relationships.  Our representatives are members of various interfaith organizations and they are actively engaged in many exciting and innovative activities.  They are volunteers who serve as a matter of personal conviction.  Each representative works at her or his own direction, according to personal opportunities, resources and interests.  These volunteer representatives comprise the membership of our Interfaith Committee, and rely primarily upon personal finances to fund their activities.  For more information about CoG’s interfaith activities, visit CoG Interfaith Reports.

2018-2019 National Interfaith Representatives

Don Frew — Northern California Local Council
Rachael Watcher — Northern California Local Council
M. Macha NightMare — Northern California Local Council
Andrea Kendall — Southern California Local Council
Rowan Fairgrove — Northern California


Here are just some of the organizations our members are involved with:


Parliament of the World's ReligionsParliament of the World’s Religions



Interfaith Center at the Presidio




Chaplaincy Institute - logoThe Chaplaincy Institute



United Religions Initiative
United Religions Initiative


Adocentyn Research Library


ICAN - logoInterfaith Climate Action Network (ICAN) part of Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County (ICCCC)



Interfaith Council of Greater Portland - logoInterfaith Council of Greater Portland



Links to writings from the National Interfaith Representatives:

Interfaith Observer - logo



From The Interfaith Observer’s May 2018 issue on “Who Isn’t at the Interfaith Table:”
Hearing the Interfaith Voices Least Often Heard by Don Frew

From The Interfaith Observer’s November 2017 issue on “Interfaith in Africa:”
A Pagan’s Adventures in Egypt by Don Frew

The Interfaith Observer’s July 2106 issue on “Featuring Don Frew”
The editor says: “Few in the world have been more deeply connected with the interfaith world than Don Frew, who all the while provides significant leadership in his own community, going through as many changes as any other religious tradition.”

Don Frew wrote a guest piece for Gus’ Patheos blog that might be of some interest:

And on a non-interfaith, but academic note, they might also be interested in Don Frew’s Ethnologies article reprinted on Patheos:

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