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.

Up next

Plan ahead

Beltane: May 2, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
Theme: Sound Magic
Register on Eventbrite

Litha: June 13, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
Theme: Money Magic
Register on Eventbrite

Lughnasadh: August 1, 2021

Gather: 5 pm
Theme: Sigil & Candle Magic
Register on Eventbrite

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

Charms and Spells for Daily Life

Taught by Ivo Dominguez, Jr.
February 13, 2021, 1-4 p.m. ET
To be held on Zoom
This class is a donate-what-you-can fundraiser for the New Alexandrian Library.
Class size limit: 50

Large scale rituals and workings are important and potentially life-changing, but often require substantial setup or materials. Just as a daily spiritual practice can have a great benefit, so can simply daily acts of witchcraft. Many great opportunities are missed when the small magicks are neglected. The work, choices, interactions, and so on that we engage in every day have a great shaping effect on the quality of life. This workshop is full of the little witcheries, charms, and simple workings that ease the way, grease the wheel, and steer things in the right direction. The goal is to see and use the opportunities to charm your life a day at a time.

The Witch’s Palette

Taught by Robin Fennelly
July 10, 2021
Registration info will be posted in the late spring of 2021.

The Natural World & Faerie

Taught by Ivo Dominguez, Jr.
November 13, 2021
Registration info will be posted in the fall of 2021.


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 theirĀ upcoming events page.

Spring Magick 2021: A 2-Day Online Event

April 3-4, 2021
More details at sacredwheel.org.


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.