We currently only have a few surviving chapters (that we are aware of). If you are part of an existing chapter that we've overlooked, please let us know so we can add you to the roster. We welcome new chapters, new triads, and new individual members. All that is required is agreement to our statement of amity, that you have a general interest in fraternal / revivalist druidry, that you pay any member or chapter dues we may have in place, and that chapters request a charter and meet minimal chapter requirements (a base membership of three or more and celebrating at least four of the Druid high days yearly).
Our current chapters are:
Formerly known as the High Council and OSC National, this is the main guiding and governing board for the Order. We maintain this website and our member area on the website, as well as any social media related to our Order as a whole. We charter new chapters and accept new memberships. We maintain a membership manual and historical documents related to OSC. Ideally we host an annual membership meeting / gathering and publish a newsletter, but these last two items require more interest and participation to put forward.
An online meeting place for both solitary members and chapter / triad members.
Based in Muskegon, Michigan this group was chartered 2006. It is believed to still be active.
OSC Norfolk, Virginia Brotherhood
Based in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, this group was chartered as a men's brotherhood in 2003 and is still quasi-active. Most of the group's events and membership are merged with other local Pagan groups in the area that hold monthly and annual events including an annual men's retreat in the spring in Virginia Beach. There used to be a short lived Norfolk Sisterhood and a nearby Brotherhood in Richmond, VA, but these two related chapters have since disbanded.
Based in Littleton and Denver, Colorado. Carins Valley of the Double Eagle Grove is a Grove of Druids from many lineages whose main focus is on deeper education and practice of Druidry and the role of Druidry in the Western Esoteric Tradition as a whole.