Glastonbury Goddess Temple Retreats

Priestess Leaders

Kathy Jones

Kathy Jones is a Priestess of Avalon, Priestess of Goddess, Visionholder, Founder, Creative Director and Weaver of Glastonbury Goddess Temple, Goddess Hall and Goddess House, and is Motherworld Initiator. She is also the founder of Glastonbury Goddess Conference.

Kathy has lived on the Isle of Avalon in Glastonbury for over thirty-nine years and loves this sacred land of Goddess. She is a ceremonialist, teacher, writer, wounded healer, initiator, Temple Melissa and sacred dramatist. She is the author of several acclaimed Goddess books, including Priestess of Avalon, Priestess of the Goddess, The Ancient British Goddess and In the Nature of Avalon. Kathy offers, with Priestesses Ruby Michelle Ward and Erin McCauliff, a three-year training to become a Priestess or Priest of Avalon, and other Goddess, Soul & Emotional Healing trainings.

Luna Silver

Luna is a Priestess Teacher, Shamanka, Creatrix, Ceremonialist, Drum maker, Temple Weaver, Healer and Oracle. She lives in Glastonbury, the mystical Isle of Avalon, where her life and work are informed and shaped by the presence of the Lady of Avalon and the powerful spirit of place that resides in this sacred land. She is honoured to invite you into the First Spiral where you will learn about the wheel of Avalon and Bridannia and begin to explore your relationship with Goddess and the sacred landscape in and around Glastonbury.

Sue Quatermass

Sue writes: “I am a Priestess of Avalon and Goddess Artist, a facilitator of experience, a shapeshifter, healer and a woman of Earth, My first love was and is clay, the very substance of the body of the earth. Her body, My body, Your body. My journey of getting to know the Goddess in her many forms is the journey to know myself reflected In Her Image. The living body of the Earth, Goddess, has been my healing and my homecoming. I will gently guide you through the remembering and making process to discover the images of Goddess that want to be known through you. No experience is necessary as we will explore through touch and journey the sacred art that is Goddess. I am also Manageress of Goddess Temple Gifts and facilitate Emotional Healing weekends in Avalon.”

Marion Brigantia

Marion writes: “I am a Priestess of Brighde and Priestess of Avalon. I moved from The Netherlands to Glastonbury in 2009 to answer her call, and I now live on the Isle of Avalon with my partner and am a full time priestess.

I reclaim, celebrate and serve Goddess as a Priestess every day of my life. It is my pleasure to be in service to Goddess as well to the people who come and seek to connect with Her.

As Her Priestess I love the many strands of Priestess work I do, whether it is the Sacred Tours and Walks on the Land, for Ceremonies, Workshops, Oracle Readings, Shamanic Drumming, Healing or Soul Work. And this year for the first time, I have the honour of being the co-organiser of the Glastonbury Goddess Conference.

One of my biggest passions is teaching the turnings of the Wheel of Brighde in the Priest/ess of Brighde training, as well as the International Brighde online correspondence course and Bridghe and other Goddess workshops in the UK and abroad.

Through my love and devotion for and service to Goddess, I wish to bring Her love and light, wisdom, healing and abundance into the world and into people’s lives.

Bright Blessings
Marion Brigantia

Marisa Picardo

Marisa writes: “I am Priestess of Rhiannon, a healer, a Death Doula  and celebrant and very much involved in the wider community. I Priestess the seasonal ceremonies held at the Goddess Hall and volunteer at Marie Curie, based at Musgrove Hospital, as a companion offering emotional and practical support for adult in-patients who are in their final days or hours of life. I also work at the Goddess House as body worker/ healer.

I host Death Café Glastonbury, co-host LGBTQ meet ups and co-run the Red Tent alongside other Priestesses of Rhiannon. I am a temple drummer and one of the sacred sound bath holders and a fire keeper. I am a lover of the land, and in practice of my nature-based spirituality I walk the land and regularly make offerings of gratitude as part of my connection.”

Marisa’s website is

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