The Feast of Sekhmet is a celebration of the Divine Feminine force known as Sekhmet, the powerful one. This fiery Goddess was sent to earth by Ra to punish the people for turning their backs on Ma’at.
We invoke Her fire as our fuel and motivation, at a time when the dreariness of the season might threaten to bring our mood and energy down. We choose instead to remain motivated to the principles of truth, justice, righteousness, and harmonious balance.
The evening’s feature ceremony allows us to burn away the unhealthy traits and habits that have plagued us, asking Sekhmet to purge us that we may access our power fully. It is an opportunity to recharge our minds, reassert our goals, and reclaim our vision for the future we wish to create for ourselves.
The evening will include:
Vegan and Vegetarian dinner and desserts;
Derp Khesu (libation to Ancestors) and Opening of the Way ceremonies;
Feature Ceremony and Performance dedicated to honor Sekhmet;
Performances dedicated to Bastet and Het-Heru to honor the Divine Feminine Triune;
Teaching children of KMT through story, song, and dance;
Music, dancing, and celebrating with others of like mind and spirit
In honor of Sekhmet, all are asked to wear Afra-Kemetic semi-formal garb in Her colors of red & gold to the Saturday night affair.
Additionally, on Sunday afternoon, we will gather at Vital Dining, a flexitarian restaurant in nearby Montclair, NJ, to break bread once more as a kemmunity in lieu of our regularly scheduled Kemmunion.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No age limit! Children 12 and under are welcome to come AT NO COST if they are attending with their parent(s) or guardian. We may ask to see ID if there is concern over your online ticket.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is ample street parking plus a small lot available. If you are coming from out of town, we an arrange for you to be brought to the event from the airport, hotel, or train station. You'll want to contact us ahead of time so that we can make the necessary arrangements.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
You are welcome to bring alcohol, preferably red wine, as the Feast of Sekhmet is our only alcohol-friendly event. However, illicit substances, including marijuana, are not welcome at the Feast.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You may email us: email@example.com or call 862-930-7986
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, but please let us know ahead of time if someone else is coming in your place so that we don't give them a hard time about the names not matching.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Please do! Unless you are able to display it on your phone, which in most cases should be sufficient.
What is the refund policy?
NO REFUNDS for tickets purchased for either the Saturday event or the weekend in full. We are also unable to transfer your ticket from this year's event to next year's.