This touches my heart so deeply. Thank you to all who serve, and thank you to our military chaplains who serve them.
This deserves more reblogs. Because dammit it just does.
If you’re an ordained Pagan, Wiccan, or other alternative faith minister who is qualified to serve, and live near a military base, you might let them know you’re available clergyperson for service members of alternative faiths. They often don’t have people to serve in these roles who are actually practicing Wiccans or Pagans. Pagan military people still need clergy in times of struggle, illness, and for things like marriage - and they’re often far from home and family. You can also let area hospitals know if you’re willing to come up and perform rites and support for the sick and dying. You do actually have to be a legally qualified clergy member to do this…
Being that I am engaged to a man who was once a military pagan, I heartily back everything peepswitch said above.