Also known as Eostre. Regarded as a time of fertility and conception. In some Wiccan traditions, it is marked as the time when the Goddess conceives the God's child, which will be born at the winter solstice. One of eight major annual sabbats or festivals for Pagan, Wiccana and Druid practitioners.
General Practices: Lighting fires to commemorate the return of light in the spring and to honor the God and Goddess. Coloring eggs as a way of honoring fertility is also practiced.
Learn more about major religious holidays, requests for religious accomodations, religious student organizations and places of worship in Columbia at diversity.missouri.edu/religions.
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