FAQ

Where is the Temple?

-We’re based just outside of Doncaster city centre, easily accessible by public transport, also by car with only being around five minutes away from the m18/m180 junction. Our property is set back from a main road, with off street parking and private outdoor spaces (perfect for ritual work).


Who can join?

-The Temple is open to applications from anyone over the age of 25 with a minimum prior experience of four years. We do not allow minors, or children to attend any temple activities or rituals, so you must facilitate your own childcare.

Our property is also accessible for those with mobility issues, with on-site disabled toilet facilities. Please be aware the temple is situated at a private residence with Pets and as such service animals cannot be accommodated.


What does the Interview entail?

The Interview is a one-on-one chance to meet face to face in an informal setting before being extended an invitation to join the temple as a probationer. The interview is normally conducted in a public coffeeshop in Doncaster town centre.  During the interview we can then get to know one another, talk about our backgrounds, and then fill out the third section of the application form, including Identity and age verification.


How do I join?

By making Contact through our Email – danumcoven@Magnoliatemple.com. We can then send you the application form and start the six week application process.


What do you wear during rituals?

– We predominantly work Skyclad as per our Tradition, however sensible attire is key for both indoor and outdoor rituals.


Do you host Open rituals?

-No, the temple is not available for public use or bookings; Handfasting’s, wiccaning’s, funeral rites, or open rituals.


How often do you meet?

-We meet regularly, once a month if possible, however our ritual calendar is open to alteration and changes to suit the member of the temple.


On average how much can the Probation period cost me?

This is all dependent on how far you must travel, your mode of transport and all additional expenses for each monthly meet with the temple. On average most people can spend roughly £30 per session on these expenses, not including an additional educational resources they may purchase in between sessions. Some probationers may experience larger expenses and some smaller expenses. The Magnolia Temple offers no grants or bursaries to applicants and probationers.


What are the Temple fees?

The annual temple fees are a community fund that pays for all expenses and resources that the Danum coven will need to operate. This basic Fee is paid by all members regardless of economic background, as an egalitarian share in resources. The temple fee is £120 a year, or £10 a month, or £2.30 a week.

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