The Sisterhood of Avalon represents a very specific path of study. We are looking for women to join us who are ready to undertake a self-guided path to empowerment. Sisters with more experience on the Path will be there to help you along the way. However, this is a path for the self-starting, mature seeker.
No book will be handed to you for rote memorization. You will do a great deal of your work on your own. You will enjoy the company of a vibrant online community of Sister Seekers at all levels of attainment, as well as share an intimate learning community with Sisters sharing in the same Questing journey.
Almost every single position of responsibility in the Sisterhood of Avalon — from the Council of Nine, from the Board of Trustees, to all of the myriad positions that bring the Sisterhood into the world — is tended to by volunteers. It is an enormous amount of work, yet it is a service undertaken joyfully.
Your yearly membership dues of $36.00 go to support the mundane realities of running an organization of this kind which spans the globe in our scope and membership — SOA publications, office supplies, website maintenance, and so on. As well, a percentage is tithed to organizations such as the Chalice Well Trust, the White Spring, Friends of Bride’s Mound, and WitchVox; pooled to build the SOA Land Fund, so that we might create and maintain Women’s Land and Goddess Sanctuary patterned after Avalon of old; and dedicated to providing scholarships for SOA learning opportunities such as the Avalonian Theological Seminary and Avalonian Training Intensives.
You may want to think of your dues as a representation of energy you would expend if we were all in Ancient Avalon, living and working together. Instead of tending the herb garden, for instance, you contribute your energy exchange in the form of currency. You may further your service to the Sisterhood, if you wish, by volunteering your skills, resources and talents as the need arises and as your spirit moves you.
The Sisterhood of Avalon opens for membership only at the Celtic Portal Times of Calan Gaeaf (Samhain) and Calan Mai (Beltane).
The Calan Mai Portal is now CLOSED.
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Please address any questions you may have to: BoardSecretary@SisterhoodofAvalon.org.