Rules and Guidlines

Temple Rules & Guidelines

All Temple Members, and Officials of the Temple shall be guided in their conduct by the Wiccan Rede, the Law of Return, these Temple Rules and Guidelines, and by the Goddess and God within each person.

It is expected that all persons involved with the Temple shall conduct themselves in a manner which is a credit to the Celtic Crow Temple and to the Correllian Tradition.

A Temple Member remains in good standing by adhering to the rules and guidelines of the Temple as stated in this document.

A Temple Member may be asked to leave on the basis that they cause disruption and/or defamation to the Temple , or to the Correllian Tradition.

The Temple is governed overall by Jared Crow, however there will also be a select number of Temple Officials appointed by Jared Crow, who will be consulted on all aspects and matters of the Temple , which will be discussed and recorded accordingly, in relation to any decisions made regarding the Temple . The final say on all matters will be that of Jared Crow.

Temple Rules

1. Do as you will, but harm none. Respect is paramount.

2. All activities shall be in keeping with the dignity and respect for the sanctity of a sacred place and according to the Teachings of the Correllian Nativist Tradition.

3. Please keep personal politics, drama and other controversial or offensive topics, language and opinions away from the Temple. Being a member of the Temple is never to be exploited, and anyone found to be abusing another member whether that be physically, sexually, financially, emotionally, mentally or in any other manner will be asked to leave.

4. Disputes and conflict should be resolved quickly and amicably - either find a way to compromise or agree to disagree. For severe conflict regarding issues related to the Temple that can't be resolved between members, please request a copy of the complaints procedure.

5. All visitors to Celtic Crow Temple shall be treated in a friendly, courteous and professional manner at all times. Temple members should treat each other according to the Clergy Code of Conduct, whether they are Inner Court, Outer Court or hold a Basic Membership within the Temple on this web-site, Facebook Group.

6. If attending a class, event, activity, group or ritual, please be punctual, aim to arrive 5-10 minutes before the start time so that we can adhere to our schedule.

7. If you would like to make any announcements in the Temple group, please ask Jared Crow or a Temple Official before sending any notifications.

8. Refrain from Private Messages during a ritual, class or group activity/event. Please set your auto-respond accordingly.

9. Temple Robes must be worn to all rituals. Please come dressed and meet in the Temple Lounge at least 5-10 minutes before the Ritual start time. If you arrive late, please speak to the Ritual Gatekeeper.

10. The use of alcohol and/or illegal drugs and substances are not permitted within the Temple or at any of its groups and classes. Anyone who attends a Temple hosted event while obviously under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs/substances will be told to leave that event immediately.

Temple Guidelines

The following guidelines have been put in place to provide insight into the expected conduct:

Respect – We are all human beings and having mutual respect for each other is the foundation for this Temple.

Trust – We are sharing a sacred part of our lives and Temple members should feel safe and secure with each other.

Acceptance – We should celebrate our similarities and our differences without judgement or ridicule. Discrimination based on race, creed, disability, nationality, gender, sexual preference, or religious belief is highly offensive and will not be tolerated.

Support – We should be there for each other, to help each other through difficult times as well as celebrating times of joy and to provide assistance, encouragement and friendship to fellow Temple Members.

Personal Responsibility – We are each fully in charge of our words, thoughts and actions. Taking control of your own life choices is paramount, ask for help if you need it, but ultimately make your own decisions.

Growth – We are a living, working Temple and we are synergistic in nature. Sharing knowledge and learning from each other, solving problems and finding answers by combining wisdom and developing understanding will enable us all to grow and the Temple to flourish.

Communication – Being there for each other is important, listening, understanding and keeping lines of clear and transparent communication open is vital.

Honesty – We are in no position to make decisions for others, however, giving advice and another perspective may help each of us to consider other possibilities. Don’t be afraid to speak your mind in a respectful way. We welcome all individuals or groups who may be curious about our spirituality, and will answer, to the best of our abilities, any questions openly and honestly.

Protection - We can make a stand to protect those who cannot defend themselves and show solidarity in the face of adversity. We need to stand up for those who are in a situation where they feel vulnerable and powerless. We should also protect our Tradition, provide information regarding our spirituality to any that ask, and attempt to correct any misconceptions about our spirituality that we may encounter.