Covenant Of Worship
- Clerics shall be diligent in conducting Rites of Season, Rites of Passage, Circle Rites, and Rites of Ceremony and Celebration.
- A Convocation, or Convocations in disparate locations, shall convene at the appointed days and times and places as the Council shall determine, and conduct the Cardinal Rites and the Ordinal Rites of Seasons.
- The Cardinal Rites shall be: the Rite of Midwinter; the Rite of Spring; the Rite of Midsummer; and the Rite of Autumn. The Cardinal Rites shall include Public and Kith and Kindred Observances.
- The Ordinal Rites shall be: the Rite of Awakening; the Rite of Exultation; the Rite of Thanksgiving; and the Rite of Remembrance; and the Rite of the Fallen Warriors. The Ordinal Rites shall be Privileged and circumscribed to Kindred, unless by specific decree of the Council of Clerics, a certain Rite shall be opened to the Kith, or the Kith and Public. In all cases shall the Rite of Remembrance be Privileged and circumscribed to Kindred.
- Rites of Passage are Rites performed for specific individuals on occasion of a personal Life Transition. Petition for Celebration of Rite of Passage will be received by any Cleric of this Congregation; any person, Kith or public may make petition orally or in writing. The petition shall be honored as near as possible according to the requests and desires of the petitioner concerning date, time, social custom and persons in attendance.
- Circle Rites shall be considered Council Rites and shall be Privileged and circumscribed to the Kindred, unless by specific decree of the Council of Clerics, invitation or invitations are extended to other persons, either Kith or public.
- Rites of Ceremony, such as Rites of Ordination, or Rites of Celebration for specific occasions shall be called as required, and shall be circumscribed or public, at the discretion of the Council of Clerics, but shall honor the wishes of the Celebrant if possible.
In Convocation, Yule, 1994, Hainin, Belgium