Browsing Rowan Tree Church Annual Reports by Issue Date

Browsing Rowan Tree Church Annual Reports by Issue Date

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  • Rowan Tree Church (Rowan Tree Church, 1983)
    This first annual report, although stated Hallows 1982-1983 ce, provides historical background information on the humble beginnings in spring 1979 of The Tradition of Lothloriën. Rev. Paul V. Beyerl provides a description ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree, 1984, 1984)
    This second annual report provides further clarification of the roles and responsibilities of each Degree held by members. Additional positions described: Childmistress serving as a counselor for children and a role model ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree, 1985, 1985)
    Highlights of the third Annual Report is the establishment of a land fund; the reporting of a new publication geared toward Children, The Littlest Unicorn; and the continued development and refining of requirements and ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1985, 1986)
    The fourth annual report is more of a summary having only two pages. One page concerns the financial status of the Church and four short paragraphs on the second page providing explanation on some of the budget lines. Of ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1987, 1987)
    The fifth Annual Report details issues with the previous management by the Board of Directors, particularly it President, and its critical impact on the functioning of the Church. For the first time, various members of the ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1988, 1988)
    The sixth Annual Report provides a monthly account of finances for the first time. This report details growth in various areas of the Church, the development of Study Guides for the Mystery School, and the state of the ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1989, 1989)
    The seventh Annual Report describes a thriving Mystery School. The publishing of A Wiccan Bardo in the US and internationally along with its impact on students is described. There is a short account of the annual Retreat ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Dallas, TX: Rowan Tree Church, 1990, 1990)
    The eighth Annual Report begins with a description of changes in membership labels and the elimination of “local” and “out of town” members in favor of just Members. This is largely due to Rev. Paul Beyerl moving to Dallas, ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Northridge, CA: Rowan Tree Church, 1991, 1991)
    The ninth Annual Report goes into detail how the Church can function as a community of groups, which are scattered throughout the United States and Canada. Rituals are synchronized so that all may participate. This is the ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Northridge, CA: Rowan Tree Church, 1992)
    The tenth Annual Report provides detailed descriptions of each of the “Communities” that are part of the Rowan Tree Church, including those involved in their organization and the number of members for each Community. Changes ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Northridge, CA: Rowan Tree Church, 1993)
    The cover of eleventh annual report provides a table of contents, which includes: The General Manager’s report; The Eldermentor’s report; The Board President’s report; The Board Vice- President’s report; The Board Secretary’s ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 1994)
    The twelfth annual report is the first to be issued from the Church’s new headquarters in Kirkland, Washington. Rowan Tree Church would see many changes in personnel, which is discussed in detail from each of the Board ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 1995)
    The fourteenth annual reports contains exciting news regarding the donation of an acre of land to Rowan Tree Church by the Revs. Paul and gerry Beyerl. Other points of interest is the transfer of RT News responsibility of ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 1995)
    The thirteenth annual report announces that the five year probationary period for tax-exempt status is over and the designation is now permanent. An new serialized publication, The Hatchling, brings light to the many ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 1997)
    The 16th annual report begins, like many others, with the state of the Church and its operations. In this opening statement by Rev. Paul V. Beyerl is heard the Board’s decision to make The Hermit’s Grove a legal subsidiary ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 1997)
    The fifteenth reports on historical achievements namely of becoming owners of property in Kirkland, Washington.
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 1999)
    The seventeenth annual report begins by reflecting on the past 19 years and how far the Church has developed since the time it was legally recognized. Two major events are described: the publication of A Wiccan Bardo, ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2000)
    The eighteenth annual report begins by reflecting on the past 20th anniversary of obtaining legal recognition. Rev. Paul Beyerl reflects on his own journey, moving from Minneapolis to Dallas, to Los Angeles before setting ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2001)
    The eighteenth annual report begins by reflecting on the past 20th anniversary of obtaining legal recognition. Rev. Paul Beyerl reflects on his own journey, moving from Minneapolis, to Dallas, to Los Angeles before setting ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Kirkland: WA: Rowan Tree Church, 2002)
    The twentieth annual report announces that in addition to being recognized as a religion, the IRS now recognizes Rowan Tree as an official church. Rev. Paul Beyerl reflects on his own journey, moving from Minneapolis, to ...

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