The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids.

The largest Druid order in the world and our parent organisation.  

Membership of the Order is open to followers of all faiths and none, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or ethnic origin, and there are currently over eight thousand members in fifty countries.

For the last twenty years the Order has been offering a comprehensive training in Druidry which covers all three grades of Bard, Ovate and Druid.

The Druid Network

The aim of The Druid Network is to be a source of information and inspiration about the modern Druid tradition, Druidic practice and the history of Druidry.

The British Druid Order

Rekindling the sacred fires of Druidry as a living, breathing, animistic, shamanistic, life-affirming, Earth-honouring spirituality for the 21st century, drawing inspiration from the threefold stream of Awen's flow from its source, the Cauldron of the goddess Ceridwen.

The Pagan Federation

The Pagan Federation is an organisation that any Pagan may join. The Pagan Federation is continually active in bringing Pagans together to promote and educate about Paganism in the wider community. Local and national events are organised and advertised through this website, Pagan Dawn and District websites.

The Pagan Federation  Mission Statement:

"To Promote and Defend the Pagan Traditions"

The Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance

We are a multi-faith agency of five volunteers in the U.S. and Canada who follow five different religious beliefs (Agnosticism, Atheism, Christianity, Wicca, and Zen Buddhism). Our group is not affiliated with any other religious organization. We rely almost exclusively on the revenue from banner ads, our readers' donations, and sales of CD-ROMs of our web site, to enable us to continue our work.


We try to write accurate, balanced, clear, objective and inclusive articles about religion, morality and ethics. We often tackle tough religious questions. We don't promote a specific religious viewpoint; we don't attack anyone's theological  beliefs. We don't value religious beliefs over secularism or vice-versa. However, we do criticize  actions that harm people, even if those actions are religiously motivated. We are dedicated to  "liberty and justice for all" (with the exception of those engaging in acts  which can be shown to be criminal and hurtful). More information on our purposes, beliefs, rules of engagement etc. is available.