Church of the Guanche People
The church's official symbol is a stylised version of the Tanit glyph
|Headquarters||San Cristóbal de La Laguna (Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain).|
|Website||Church of the Guanche People|
The Church of the Guanche People (in pagan religion of the Guanche people. In 2008 the Church had approximately 300 members.
It was founded by a group of Canarian devotees of the goddess Chaxiraxi. The Church of the Guanche People performed baptisms and weddings according to what they know of Guanche custom. On 2002, a wedding held in accordance with purported Guanche rites took place on the island of Tenerife — a practice not observed for several centuries since the Spanish domination of the archipelago.
- Martin, Veronica (2008). 5% of Canarians profess a minority religion (Un 5% de canarios profesa una religión minoritaria), La Opinión de Tenerife newspaper, 3 October.
- Church of the Guanche People. Official Website.
- Iglesia del Pueblo Guanche.