While members often gather to worship the Kemetic Netjeru and celebrate religious festivals, it is also important to spend time with one another outside of a religious context and get to know one another.

To that aim, there are plenty of informal fellowship gatherings that take place, where members may get dinner together, go to a museum, or do any number of things to enjoy a day together and have fun. Below, you'll find blog posts written by our members about some of the fellowship events they've taken part in with other members of our faith. We hope you will find this a good insight to what we do at these types of events.

Fellowship Blog

In late June of 2013, I had my first opportunity to meet up with members of the House of Netjer in person (outside of the two friends who originally introduced me to Kemetic Orthodoxy!) Taji and Mose happened to be traveling to visit Taqai at her home in Central Pennsylvania, and they all invited me to tag along. After a gorgeous two hour drive up from Maryland, I arrived at Taqai’s place and the four of us headed out to dinner at Dodge City Steakhouse (as featured on Restaurant: Impossible!)

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On June 9, 2012, we once again flocked to the New Jersey beach to lay around, goof off, and celebrate the joy of the sun. This time, some of our contingent arranged to arrive at dawn, to say good morning to Ra as He rose. Unfortunately, I will only rise before dawn for one holiday a year (Wep Ronpet), and therefore wasn’t there – but many kudos to those who were!

Apparently there was some sun before dawn, but when I arrived at the beach, it was pretty solidly overcast – and rather chilly, too.

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