Sacred Spaces

Spirit Haven Ranch has many areas set aside as sacred spaces, each with a different focus and feel. Click on the names to read more about each individual space we have:

Brighid's Temple

Council Oak

Dragon's Nest

Grounding + Centering Temple

Grandmother's Grove

Grandmother's Grove is a very large, secluded, open space with an altar, a standing stone, a fire ring, and the Grandmother's Tree - a Large Oak with outstretched "arms". The space is accessed by stairs and a narrow bridge, so it is currently not accessible for those with severe mobility difficulty except by vehicle (ATV or truck/SUV) around a back road.

Grandmother's energy is welcoming and home-y. Many people seek quiet solitude in Grandmother's shade during the day, and enjoy her grove's open sky views at night. This is one of the best places at Spirit Haven for star-gazing.

Grandmother is welcoming of many kinds of events in her space! She is particularly good for hosting very large handfastings, private initiation ceremonies, star-gazing events, or any number of other things you may want to host. Keep in mind that there are stairs, a bridge, and a long path to get to the grove. There is also not a lot of shade in the grove, which can be both beneficial or detrimental, depending on your needs and preferences.

Handfasting Grove

Handfasting is the sharing of our love and commitment to the ones we love.

Handfasting Grove is a neutral space with no particular affiliation with any god, goddess, or tradition. A winding wooded path leads to a beautiful glen and a circle defined by four stones set to the cardinal points of the elements, with a fire ring set in the center.

The energy in the space calls to all who share a longing to stay for love: the Grove is a place where we can express that love.

Hearn's Hallow


Lothlorien Wood

Memorial Grove

Memorial Grove is a space where we remember those who have crossed the Veil before us.

Come sit in quiet greenery and relive happy memories, or pour your grief into the Great Mother's heart. You are welcome to leave tokens on the altar, an empty chair signifying there will always be a place for those who have gone at our table and in our hearts.

Temple Ganesha

Volk Ve

A Sacred Grove dedicated to Heathen practice, honoring the Elder Kin (Gods of Northern Europe and Iceland) and the Ancestors (Disir and Alfar), the Volk Ve is open to all whom the Gods have called. "With half a loaf and a half-filled cup, a friend full fast I made."

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