FoDLA Grove of the Bay

Neo-Druidism Fellowship in San Francisco

 

About FoDLA

Fellowship of Druidism for the Latter Age

FoDLA is a fellowship of American polytheistic Pagans following the path of Draíocht Nua or Neo-Druidism. 

The fellowship is organized as a church, after the Internal Revenue Code's use of the word, and is not dogmatic, but limits its membership to American polytheist Neopagans who seek to follow the central spiritual values of traditional pre-Christian Celtic societies, best exemplified by the figure of the ancient Druid.  These include, most particularly:

Within this simple framework of shared values, FoDLA does not engage in passing judgment on matters of metaphysics.  How each member of the fellowship conceives of the deities, the Otherworlds, and indeed the ultimate nature of the Cosmos, is a matter for the individual alone--guided by the commitment to study--and FoDLA advocates for tolerance of diverse beliefs within a bond of shared values and a set of basic worship practices.

If you can wholeheartedly affirm the principles above--including a genuine commitment to an atmosphere of tolerance of diversity of belief within shared core values--and the Founding Vision statement in which they are found, then membership in FoDLA may be for you.

About FoDLA Grove of the Bay

The Grove is committed to holding public rituals in the Greater SF Bay region, including 1st Quarter Moon rituals, and the 4 "Fire Festivals" known by many names and spellings as Imbolc, Beltaine, Lughnasadh, and Samhain.  The Spring and Fall Equinox as well as the Summer and Winter Solstices are also celebrated with open public ritual.

Beyond the Public Rituals, the Grove of the Bay is working to help cleanup and maintain public parks and shore areas, around Bair Island in Redwood City.

The Grove is also working to help build and develop the pagan ritual center known as Stone City, complete with its own Henge!