Robert Lewis will lead us through a closing ritual based on the Frith to Take ritual held during the first Frith Forge in 2017.
Please bring your candle that you used at the opening ritual. You may also desire to have a beverage of your choice to use during the ritual.
Robert Schreiwer, Steer of The Troth, will lead a discussion group regarding “How may The Troth, as the oldest inclusive Heathen organization best serve Inclusive Heathens in the Asia-Pacific region”. Amanda Leigh-Hawkins, The Troth’s International Relations and Exchange Program (IREP) Coordinator will also be present to help answer questions and offer support.
This is an opportunity to have a conversation about what you have learned and understood throughout the gathering. We can also discuss action plans and other potential collaborative projects. This is also time to just be social and enjoy the frith before the closing ritual.
There will be a host helping to guide the conversation and ensure that all voices that want to be heard have an opportunity.
Drawing from the rituals that were created for the first Frith Forge in Germany in 2017, Rob Lewis will lead us through this virtual opening ritual. If you participated in the 2017 event and still have that candle, please bring that to this ritual. Please also bring a new candle with you that will be lit during the ritual and will represent your connection to the international inclusive Heathen network we are co-creating. You may also desire to have a beverage of your choice to use during the ritual.
Heathen History will do a LIVE show on the history of race. Why do we define race the way we do? How has this definition changed over time? How has this shifting definition influenced modern Heathenry? Join us for this frank discussion about our history live. After the show, we will have Q&A session with the hosts, Ben and Lauren
This crowning moment of Trothmoot has been the setting for many stories, some of which you may have heard this weekend from habitual Trothmoot attendees!
This year, the leadership of the Troth turns to a new Steer, who will make their own interpretation of this evolving rite.
Our stories, song, poems, and music sustain us. They tell us who we are and why we gather. They remind us of our strengths, they caution us about dangers, and they give us hope in dark times.
Please bring your tales, your voice, and your words to share around a virtual fire and with a very real group of friends and companions.
Sing, chant, laugh, and remember late into the night.