Witchy Communities to Join Online

Witchy Communities to Join Online

Where do witches go to find each other and share their craft? If you're curious about the witchy community and want to explore your options, read on! This post will introduce you to some of the best online platforms for witches of all levels of experience. So, whether you're just starting out or have been practicing for years, there's sure to be a community here that's perfect for you.


  • Witchness Protection is a private group on Facebook and an online learning community on witchnessprotection.com. For the one-time fee of $5 they get access to weekly lessons. Members/Students pass exams to move onto more advanced classes. It also has a bunch of free content as well, written by well-practiced witches.
  • Witchy Community is a Facebook group was founded with one goal in mind: providing guidance and a safe place to learn and develop your craft. Their passion has driven them from the beginning (2020) and continues to drive them into the future. They know that every tool and service counts, and they strive to make the entire experience as rewarding as possible. All Magical paths are welcome. They invite you to share your knowledge or learn something new. Memes, recipes, gardening, home remedies and empowerment brings this group together. 
  • Reddit Witchcraft r/Witchcraft is a welcoming and inclusive space in which to share knowledge, discuss, ask questions, and further the progression of witchcraft as well as the individual's path. All are welcome, those who practice witchcraft and those who wish to learn. They are 293,000 witches strong and do not tolerate spam of any kind.
  • The Silver Lake Coven is a discord server that hosts 249 members and is reported to give excellent advice and is open with their resources and knowledge.
  • Maude Squad is another Facebook Group and discord service "Maude's Portal" that is home to Queer Witches! 
  • Raise Our Vibe is a Facebook Group is a high vibrational marketplace! They have amazing vendors, do giveaways, give business tips and suggest enriching actives. 
  • That One Witchcraft Group If you are interested in all things witchcraft, spiritual, and/or occult, then this is the group for you! We are a family open to any practitioner aged 18+ of any gender, sexuality, race, or ethnicity of any level (beginner, intermediate, etc.) We believe in education and research being the basis of any craft, so a main priority here is connection and sharing of knowledge.
  • Spells, Herbs, Stones and Oils: Witchcraft 101 is a group on Facebook for White magick, black magick, hexes, hell jars, incantations, rituals, origins, remedies, book sharing, story telling, group casting, and more.
  • Kitchen Witches is a facebook group that shares recipes, jokes, venting, but no political stuff allowed. They boast over 40,000 members and we can personally attest that is a happy place to be.

    Joining an online witch community is a great way to find support and networking opportunities. By sharing your spells, recipes, and experiences with other witches, you can learn from one another and form connections that can last a lifetime. If you’re looking for a coven to join in your area or want to start your own, we’ve got you covered. We’ve also gathered some of the best witchy businesses out there so you can connect with like-minded individuals and collaborate on projects. And if that’s not enough, we have a host of upcoming online events where you can learn more about witchcraft and all things magical. So, what are you waiting for?

    We will be updating this post periodically, so if you have another community that you'd love to share let us know! 








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