Distinct shapes and patterns are emerging in women’s rituals, based on their use of sacred space, and their choices of words, images, symbols and symbolic actions. In the construction and making of ritual theo/alogical ideas and concepts are also taking shape and finding expression. This understanding of ritual is very different from that which sees rituals as fixed and formulaic, enacted expressions of established doctrine. Women’s rituals do not always fit with traditional definitions of ritual, but are consistent with the practice that some scholars have called ‘emerging ritual’ or ritualization, and which I prefer to name as ‘ritual making’.