The Acolytes are a large religious order numbering close to ten thousand members who believe that to serve God is the highest order of living.  To this end they believe they can best demonstrate their servitude to God in the physical realm through their complete obedience and total submission to his incarnate, earthly representative, the Acolyte spiritual leader, the ordained Fairo – the Holy One.  Some in the Acolytian community believe that Fairo – the Holy One is God’s supreme vassal and that all of God’s commands and blessings pass physically through him and unto them.  Others believe that Fairo – the Holy One is God in the flesh and that their devotion to him is merely an outward expression of their internal spiritual devotion. 

The Acolytes have a strict lifestyle of prayer, education, spiritual study, community service, nation building, and the raising of families.  They attend Sabbatical three times a week, tithe regularly and have all taken the Vow of Minimalism.