The Covenant of Hekate is facilitated by volunteers who give their time, skills and energy to the creation of a community of peers united by a passion for the Goddess Hekate.
This page contains a list of volunteer positions currently (updated: Feb 2018) held within our community.
New projects are constantly created and others completed. So if you believe that something has been omitted or that an update is necessary, please email hekatecovenant @ gmail.com with details.
German Membership Admin : Florian Schlie
Mediation Officer: Francine Derschner
Community Projects / Activities:
Monthly Imagery and Symbolism Discussion: Sara Bubastis
Monthly Deipnon Community: Edward C. (facilitator)
Hecate Einalian: Day 8 Ritual: Hazel (Creator & facilitator)
The Companions of Hekate Project (2018) : Andrea Angelos, Cyndi B..
Website & Social Media:
Web – Editors: Sosanna Renee Olson, Παλλαδία (CoH Espanol)
Rite of Her Sacred Fires – Support Officers: Dorn-Simon (Ireland), Shay Skepevski (Australia), Robert Podmore (UK), Andrea Angelos (Chile/UK), Veronica (Brasil), Iris (Brasil), Tita (Greece), Παλλαδία (Greece) and Monica (Portugal). See: https://www.facebook.com/groups/riteofhersacredfires/
Devotees Forum (English language, private): Florian, Παλλαδία, Sosanna , Katerina, Lotus, Sorita
Devotees Forum (Spanish Language, private): Andrea, Παλλαδία
Articles, photographs and other contributions to this website: As credited, or collaboration between members.
Our gratitude to all of you who so freely give your time and energy to our community and to all of you who contribute and participate in community activities. For examples of work created by members for the benefit of all who share our interest in the threefold Goddess of the Mysteries, see RESOURCES.
Membership of the Covenant of Hekate is free, and costs associated with running the website and providing other services are met through volunteers and by donation. To date it has not been necessary to ask members to contribute financially to the running of our community and we hope to keep it that way!