Welcome to MCCS
Michigan Council of Covens and Solitaires is a Board driven religious organization that has been organized exclusively for charitable, religious, and educational purposes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any future federal tax code. We are currently awaiting certification from the IRS but are certified with the State of Michigan as a domestic charity. The Michigan Council of Covens and Solitaires (MCCS) purpose is to promote networking, community building, and assistance for the Pagan and broader community of Southeastern Michigan and the surrounding region. MCCS provides education about paganism and outreach to the broader community by offering classes, a free library, and an annual public festival, all with the intent to bring unity back to community. Our programs include offering spiritual counselors to aid in various needs during pivotal moment in one's life (birth, death, wedding, etc.), an annual adopt-a-family event for the holiday's to offer some of those in need an ability to have a happy holiday season while relieving some of the stresses that come with the lack of funds during the season. To maximize our impact on current and future efforts, we may seek to collaborate with other non-profit organizations which fall under the 501(c)3 section of the internal revenue code and are operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes.
At times, per the discretion of the board of directors, MCCS may provide internships or volunteer opportunities, which shall provide opportunities for involvement in said activities and programs in order to have a greater impact for change. All services are offered regardless of disability, race, ethnicity, sex, sexual preference, or religion.
The pagan community in Michigan is in need of additional outreach. That is where MCCS comes in. We are trying to aid in reconnecting the community and interconnect people together by hosting various classes, events, and outreach programs all in an effort to help educate, enlighten, and aid in times of need.