Rituals and Classes

FAWS meets for ritual eight times per year, and offers classes throughout the year as well.

Most of our rituals are open to the public. If you’re interested in attending, please contact us.

Rituals

In light of COVID-19, all rituals and classes are online-only for the foreseeable future.

Mabon: September 20, 2020

Fall Equinox – Second Harvest
Gather at 5 p.m.
Event details on Facebook

Samhain: November 1, 2020

Third Harvest
Gather at 5 p.m.
Event details on Facebook

Yule: December 20, 2020

Winter Solstice
Gather at 5 p.m.
Event details on Facebook

Imbolc: January 31, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
More details forthcoming

Ostara: March 21, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
More details forthcoming

Beltane: May 2, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
More details forthcoming

Litha: June 13, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
More details forthcoming

Lughnasadh: August 1, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
More details forthcoming

Mabon: September 19, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
More details forthcoming

Samhain: October 24, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
More details forthcoming

Yule: December 19, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
More details forthcoming

Classes

Thoughts On Dark, Primal, and Unpredictable Deities and Spirits
Oct. 4, 2020
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Instructor: Ivo Dominguez, Jr.
More class details on Facebook.

This class is currently full. You can request to be added to the wait list by emailing your name to faws@sacredwheel.org.

Suggested donation: Pay-what-you-can to the New Alexandrian Library (donations collected via https://paypal.me/fawsasw)


More Events From the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel

The Assembly of the Sacred Wheel is the Fellowship of the Ancient White Stag’s Tradition. Please visit their upcoming events page.


About the New Alexandrian Library

Many of our events are donation-based, with donations going to the New Alexandrian Library (NAL). The NAL is a research and lending library created and supported by the ASW, located near Georgetown, DE, and dedicated to the preservation of books, periodicals, newsletters, music, media, art works, artifacts, photographs, and digital media focused on the metaphysical aspects of all religions and traditions. There is a special focus on the preservation of materials from the Pagan, Polytheist, and Western Mystery Traditions. Learn more about the New Alexandrian Library.