The Old Irish word “Térmonn” refers to the innermost of the series of encompassing enclosures, both physical and spiritual, that is a monastery of the Céili Dé (“Companions of God”). Today, Térmonn members help to support, protect, and preserve the Céile Dé tradition in gratitude for spiritual teachings. See the Membership page for more information about how you can help.
The Céile Dé Order in Scotland still follows and teaches this ancient Celtic spiritual tradition as a living, devotional path of inner transformation. Americans who have benefited from the Order’s teachings founded Térmonn in 2008 as a modern way for people to serve and support the tradition.
If you would like more information about the Céile Dé spiritual tradition, please visit our main website: www.ceilede.co.uk.
If you live in the United States and the Order recognizes you as actively practicing the tradition (that is, you are a member of the "Caim"), you may become a Member of your Térmonn Chapter. If you live outside of a Chapter's geographical region, you may become a Friend of Térmonn.
If you are not a Member or Friend of Térmonn, you may still donate to the Order, the Dighty Fund or the Térmonn Trust.