About The Event

Mid-Missouri Pagan Pride Day is a one-day public event celebrating fellowship, promoting tolerance, and educating the local community about Paganism. It has been held annually since 2000 and features workshops, entertainers, and vendors in a street-fair-style atmosphere.


We strive to provide high-quality entertainment and workshops so you can enjoy your experience at MMPP and learn something new while you're at it!

12:15pm Opening Ritual
1:00pm Live Entertainment by Romani Blue
Teaching Pagans Self-Confidence by Jason Cook
Pagans and Community by Rev. Thomas Wolff
2:00 pm Highland Games
What Price Service by Rev. Raven Emrys Aurlineus
3:00 pm Live Entertainment by Romani Blue
Pagan Accountability by Rev. Bill Duvendack
4:00 pm Highland Games
The Pulse of a People by Rev. Raven Emrys Aurlineus
5:00 pm Community Drum Circle
Psychic Self-Defense by Rev. Heather Choppin
Runes: The Story of Their Beginning by James Taylor
6:00 pm Closing Ritual


Our vendors feature a wide range of religious supplies, books, and gifts. Interspersed throughout, you'll find information tables for Pagan-friendly nonprofits in our community.

  • 6 Presenters
  • 1 Entertainer
  • 7 Workshops
  • 30 Vendors
  • 400+ Participants


We're always in need of volunteers to help us put on this special event for our community. If you'd like to help,
drop us a line!

This Event is Sponsored By The Following Businesses & Organizations

Without our sponsors in the local community, we should never be able to put on MMPPD each year. Thank you so much for your support!