The Théods and Halls of the Wínland Ríce
Gering Théod was founded in 1976 in Watertown, New York by Gárman Lord as the Witan Théod and was later renamed Gering Théod in 1991. It is the original Théodish fellowship and the seat of the Ríce, being the Cyning’s own Théod.
Ealdríce is an Anglo-Saxon Théod & holy guild of the Wínland Ríce with a hall in Richmond, Virginia. Founded in 2010 by Þórbeorht, its ealdorblótere, the Ealdríce gathers twice monthly at Whitthenge Heall to hold moot and to fain the gods and good wights with worship, song, dance, drink and merrymaking.
Hræfnscír Heall is an Anglo-Norse hall of Gering Théod that was founded by Ælfric Þegn, a true scóp and one of the main pioneers of the revival of traditional ancient heathen folk music. The folk of Hræfnscír gather throughout the year in British Columbia to farm the land and to fain the Germanic gods.
Æppeldor is an Anglo-Saxon hall of the Ealdríce found in the land now known as Tasmania and steaded in the Huon Valley. As such, it serves the Australian outpost of Théodish Belief and is stewarded by Friðoríc, fósterling to Þórbeorht Ealdorblótere (chief priest) of the Ealdríce who, himself, is sworn to our sacral king, Gárman Lord Cyning.