Chrissy Johnson
Salt Lake City Pagan Pride Chapter President
Also know as "Evilbelle", Chrissy make sure the event gives back to the community. She is a believer of giving back and enjoys seeing the community come together.
Mother of 5, grandmother of 4, Ordained Minister, Gythia/Priestess in the Norse traditions, and proud owner of the Utah Black Hat Society.

About Us

Copyright ©  Salt Lake City Pagan Pride Inc.

Non-Profit Charitable Organization

​​Debra Hurst, Vice President, Board Member, Local Coordinator/Director, Website, Registrations, Vendors
Also known as "Rune Moonstone", she is a graduate holding an Associates Degree in Marketing. Wife, mother of 3, grandmother of 11. Priestess, Ordained Minister, and a member of the Utah Patriot Guard Riders since 2008. She joined Salt Lake City Pagan Pride Community in 2009, and has worked to promote community awareness and togetherness; two keys she feels are crucial to success for the Pagan community.

Salt Lake City Pagan Pride, Inc. is a non-profit, charitable organization, whose mission is to foster pride in a Pagan identity, and to eliminate prejudice and discrimination based on religious beliefs, all through education, activism, charity and community.  We endeavor to achieve our mission each year though our Salt Lake City Pagan Pride event, held annually during fall harvest, since 2002. Salt Lake City Pagan Pride, Inc. is a chapter of the National Pagan Pride Project, 501(c)3 .

Muad'Dib- Community Outreach/Event booklet

A Journey of Spirituality

​ Mike Hurst​-Head of Security

Nessa Hurst- Entertainment/Kids Zone

Jennifer Coates, Secretary, Board Member,

LC for Volunteers, Donations

Jennifer has been involved over 5 years as a dedicated volunteer. She has practiced in many spiritual paths since the age 14. She has been in management for 8 years. Mother of 2, wife and Grandmother. Jennifer has much respect for the out of doors, her family and friends.​​

"It's not about being Pagan, it's about teaching tolerance with the differences in life."

We hope to expand our activities to more than once a year. However, we hold our biggest event in August.

​At a minimum, the Pagan Pride celebration in your area will involve three main activities: 

1. Public Ceremony:
A public gathering where the community can network with each other and celebrate an Autumn Equinox ritual.

2. Food drive: (Our Key Goal)
A food drive or other charitable activity, to share our abundant harvest with others in need. 


3. Press releases:
Press releases and media coverage of our events in order to present the truth about Paganism to our communities, refute common misconceptions, and draw political attention to Paganism in order to try to prevent legislative discrimination against Pagans.