Who We Are
Ár nDraíocht Féin (ADF)
A Druid Fellowship (ADF) is a Pagan church based on ancient Indo-European traditions expressed through public worship, study, and fellowship. We believe that there is a shared basis for all the Indo-European cultures, as defined by language. From India to the Mediterranean, to Northern Europe and the British Isles, these cultures shared spiritual ideas and mythic motifs. In our rites, we honor the Gods and Spirits of the full range of Indo-European cultures, the Earth Mother, our Ancestors, and the Spirits of the Land.
Find out more: adf.org
Order Bards, Ovates, and Druids (OBOD)
The Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids is a worldwide group of over twenty thousand members in fifty countries, dedicated to practising, teaching, and developing Druidry as a valuable and inspiring spirituality.
The Order was founded in Britain over 50 years ago by the historian and poet Ross Nichols, aided by the writer and founder of the Tolkien Society Vera Chapman, and fellow members of the Ancient Druid Order, which developed during the early years of the last century out of the Druid Revival which began about three hundred years ago.
Find out more: druidry.org
Anglesey Druid Order
The Anglesey Druid Order invokes and celebrates the importance of Anglesey as the chief seat of ancient British Druidry. It does this through education, the promotion of heritage and the celebration of culture, literature, the arts and indigenous Celtic spirituality.
Find out more: www.angleseydruidorder.co.uk/
Ancient Order of Druids in America
The AODA is a traditional Druid order rooted in the Druid Revival movement of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. We walk a path of nature spirituality and inner transformation founded on personal experience and reconnection with the living earth. Our work offers an opportunity for modern people to experience the teachings and practices of Druidry in today’s world.
Find out more: aoda.org
Reformed Druids of North America
The RDNA is the oldest and largest Druid organization native to the United States, but perhaps the least well organized. We began in 1963 as a protest against coerced religious attendance at Carleton College in MN. The RDNA is known for it’s lack of dogma, a loose hierarchy, eclectic traditions, a wry sense of humor, well archived numerous publications, and having spawned many well-known spin-off groups.
Find out more: rdna.info/
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