The Pagan Federation is an umbrella International organisation that benefit all pagans. Find out more about them on the above link.
We DO NOT charge for anyone to be a member of the Order of Celtic Wolves. This is because we believe that our path is tailored around individuals and should be open to everyone. We do occasionally make reading recommendations and organise rituals.
Rituals rarely come without cost, so how they are run is up to individual Nemetons or Groves. We encourage Groves to align themselves with the Order of Celtic Wolves and will advertise them. Just drop contact us with details of your Nemeton, Grove, or group. We encourage Groves to be open and public, wherever it is safe to do so.
We encourage ALL Pagan members (we welcome people from all faiths), though, to become members of the Pagan Federation and, if you want their magazine, take the digital option (let’s save the trees!). Here’s a bit about the Pagan Federation from their website: –
Founded in 1971 the PF seeks to support all Pagans to ensure they have the same rights as the followers of other beliefs and religions. It aims to promote a positive profile for Pagans and Paganism and to provide information on Pagan beliefs to the media, official bodies and the greater community.
The Pagan Federation regards membership of any organisations that refuse to support freedom of religion and equality of race, gender, and sexual orientation, as incompatible with our aims, objectives and values.
Membership is open to those aged 16 and over who identify as Pagan, and we welcome genuine seekers who accept and support our aims and objectives below:
- To seek to support all Pagans in their personal and public life, to help ensure that they have the same rights as the followers of other beliefs and members of other religions.
- To promote a positive profile for Pagans and Paganism and to provide information on Pagan paths and beliefs to the media, official bodies and to benefit the greater community in improving their understanding of Paganism and Pagans as a growing spiritual community.
- To facilitate effective communication, education and dialogue within and between Pagan communities and with non-Pagans, through publications and events.
There are a whole raft of benefits to being a member:
- Local support from district teams to enable you to find and connect with like-minded people and groups in your areaNewsletters and information that is specific to your local area
- Prison ministry – Pagan chaplains within prisons to provide pastoral support to prisoners and prison staff
- Hospital ministry – visitors for Pagans who are in need and spiritual support while in hospital
- National support with a variety of life issues through our group of Community Support Teams including Disabilities, Children & Families, LGBTQIA+, Interfaith, Youth & Education and Cultural Cohesion
- National support from our council and committee on issues that affect the wider Pagan community such as legal rights, human rights, challenging stereotypes and much more
- Communication with the press and media, challenging their tendency to perpetuate stereotypes around Pagan practices and beliefs
- The wisdom and experience of of 50 year’s worth of working with and for the Pagan communityCopies of our quarterly magazine Pagan Dawn directly to your door, (also available in a digital format) and now access to our FREE biannual children and families magazine, Aether
- We’re a not-for-profit organisation who is run for Pagans by Pagans
- Social media pages and groups keeping you up to date and in touch with the Pagan community online
- Discounts on Pagan Federation events
- Knowing that the money you give us for your membership helps us to keep on both offering a diverse range of services to the Pagan community as well as working to ensure that Paganism is promoted positively and that the rights of Pagans are upheld