Hollow Hills Coven & Grove

an independent coven dedicated to teaching wicca and magic in hearth & home, coven & craft, tribe & tradition

   Mar 13

About Us

About Hollow Hills Coven

Hollow Hills Coven is a thriving group of women who come together to celebrate the seasons, the full moons, and to support our unique paths as witches and women of power. We honor the old ways and welcome the Old Ones, the Good People, our Ancestors, Nature Spirits and the Goddesses and Gods in our worship and workings. We are an eclectic Wiccan coven that strives to bring balance into our lives, homes, and community. Just as 2016 has brought change to our nation, our coven underwent a leadership change. Jenny Green has become Wyrd Witch and leads Hollow Hills Coven as the lead elder or Wisdom. There are challenges before us, and we as women will be facing them together with love, courage and magick.

About the Wisdom

Wyrd Witch (formerly Jenny Green) is a musician specializing in zithers such as the Mountain Dulcimer, Autoharp and Kantele with a love of both traditional and popular folk music. Music is her main hobby, with other hobbies including gardening, drawing & painting, counted cross-stitch, belly dancing, and tarot reading. A Reiki Master Teacher since 2008, she also has a full-time day job. She is currently studying the Bardic level from Order of Bards Ovates and Druids, and is a Free First Degree Gardnerian British Traditional Witch.

The History of Hollow Hills Coven

Hollow Hills Coven and Grove was founded by Wyrd Witch (formerly Jenny Green) and Jack Green at a Mabon Ritual in 2010. Having spent decades working with a variety of different pagan groups, Jenny and Jack decided it was time to form their own independent coven, not affiliated with any formal tradition. We have our roots in Druidry and British Traditional Witchcraft, and are influenced by the Skystone Nations and the Faery Faith.

About the Founders

Wyrd Witch (formerly Jenny Green) is a musician specializing in zithers such as the Mountain Dulcimer, Autoharp and Kantele with a love of both traditional and popular folk music. Music is her main hobby, with other hobbies including gardening, drawing & painting, counted cross-stitch, belly dancing, and tarot reading. A Reiki Master Teacher since 2008, she also has a full-time day job. She is currently studying the Bardic level from Order of Bards Ovates and Druids, and is a Free First Degree Gardnerian British Traditional Witch.

Jack Green is a Free Second Degree Gardnerian British Traditional Witch and a volunteer science teacher as well as a science fiction and fantasy fan with a love of history. He also dabbles in art, specifically drawing but isn’t that good at it – yet! He’s better at photography. He loves music and is a competent second-row drummer. He builds and maintains a large collection of historical and science fiction models for display purposes at various fan and educational events. He performs various pastoral services including performing 10 weddings, two baby blessings and a funeral to date and has a full-time day job.

The Skystone Nations were recognized by Jack and his previous Priestess Eressëa back in the 1990s and formally re-inaugurated at the Major Lunar Standstill (an astronomical event that occurs once every 18.3 years, the next one will be in 2024-5) on 09-09-06 at the Baker’s Hill Top (also known as ‘Fool’s Knoll’) on the Minnesota Renaissance Festival Grounds. Simply put any pagan tribe or tradition that reveres the old stone rings and the most ancient megalithic tribes of Western Europe and seeks to understand their ways is a Skystone Nation.

Jack Green has written articles for Converging Paths, The Hidden Path, Keltria and MNPagan.com under various pagan pen names and for several amateur science journals under his given name. He has two pages online, one at www.facebook.com/jack.o.th.green and one at www.myspace.com/greenjack2 and like Jenny Green hopes to have a personal website or two someday.

Both Jenny and Jack have contributed chapters to To Fly by Night: Craft of the Hedgewitch (2010) edited by Veronica Cummer. Hedgewitch Craft takes its name from the practice of travelling beyond the boundaries, of going past the “hedgerows” that divide what is known from what is unknown.

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