Rt. Rev. Terry Riley - is the founding 3 rd degree High Priest of the SDCW - ATC. Terry gained national attention in 1993 when he organized a Wiccan Freedom of Religion March that gained National Media attention. He is pubished poet, songwriter, and author. Terry is the Presiding Elder in the Mid-South region of the U.S. for the Aquarian Tabernacle Church. He sits on the Council of Elders and is the president of the Board of Directors.
Rt. Rev. Ivy Moon - Ivy has been in the craft since 2000. She has study and trained at the Southern Delta Church of Wicca -ATC for 15 years. Ivy is an initiated 3nd degree and The High Priestess of the church. She has been teaching and training the Squire and Maiden courses at SDCW – ATC for 7 years. She held the position of the 1st Guild Matron (equivalent of a Superior Mother) which handles the day to day operations of SDCW-ATC for three years. She sits on the Council of Elders and is the secretary on the Board of Directors.
Rt. Rev. Gary Christopher - is a 3rd Degree High Priest and sage of the SDCW - ATC. Garry has been a practicing Wiccan since 1992. He sits on the Council of Elders and Board of Directors.
Rt. Rev. Anita Christopher - is a 3rd Degree High Priestess and Crone of the SDCW- ATC. She has been in the Craft since 2000. She had her Croning Ceremony 2005. She sits on the Council of Elders and Board of Directors.
Ashley Riley- 2nd Degree High Priestess of the SDCW-ATC. The Children's Coordinator. Ashley teaches seeker class and helps teach maiden and squire classes. She sits on the Board of Directors.
In Loving Memory
Rev. Amanda Riley - Amanda passed away on September 13, 2016, at the age of 52. She was the Matriarch Priestess of the SDCW- ATC and one of the Founding Elders. Amanda started in the Craft in 1992 and Crone since 2000. She oversaw the spiritual operations of the SDCW-ATC and was the Head of the Council of Elders. Amanda had a bond with everyone who ever knew her, even if was just one time or all their life. She was always there when life took an unexpected turn for better or worse. She has a special place in the heart of the pagan community. We love her always.