Order of the Silver Branch

Order of the Silver Branch

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About Us


Who are We?

Silver Branch is a Wiccan Mystery Tradition with strong Celtic elements and a foundation in Traditional Witchcraft.  We are a spiritual community with a devotional practice that celebrates the Sabbats of the Wheel of the Year as well as the Esbats of the Full Moon with joy and caring.  


Our History

Founded in 2001, ours is a tradition built upon our training and blended with the individual faith and experience that each of us brings to this path.  The tradition grows as we grow, breathes as we breathe.  We are a matrilineal community of men and women who honor the Goddess and her Consort in their many forms.  They kindle the fire of inspiration in our studies and our daily practice.  Our love of community is the music of our rituals and a reflection of the God and Goddess in each of our lives. 


How do I join?

The Order of the Silver Branch is a mystery tradition with a year and a day apprenticeship that is required to become a member.    It is a difficult process to find the path that belongs to each of us.  Take your time, investigate and most importantly follow your heart.  There is no better compass to lead you to the Goddess. Initiation into Silverbranch is a symbol of your commitment  to your path.  If you are interested in learning more about us, please send us an email  and tell us a bit about yourself.

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Where are we?

We are based in Benicia, CA  but we have members in communities around the Bay Area as well as in Oregon and Arizona.  At this time we do not have an online program so in order to participate in our apprenticeship you must be able to attend classes in Benicia. 

Order of the Silver Branch

437 Greenbrier Ct, Benicia, California 94510, United States

Send us an inquiry

Our apprenticeships generally begin in February, but we do maintain a waiting list for those who have requested and filled out an application.  Those on the list receive newsletters on the Sabbats to keep in touch until  then.