In order to serve the Polydox community, services have been produced whose essential characteristic is that they are theologically open, that is, noncreedal and undogmatic. In a Polydox community, every person has the right to her or his own theological beliefs. Thus services intended for the general Polydox community must be theologically open so that persons with different theological views can participate with integrity and authenticity in the same service. In the case of ordinary services, where creedal and dogmatic language that expresses one particular theological view is employed, those present at the service who subscribe to other views must either exclude themselves from the service by remaining quiet, or mouth language whose meaning they consider untrue. In a Polydoxy, forced exclusion of a person from a community religious service by the use of creedal and dogmatic language is an infringement of the person’s rights and a fundamental violation of the Covenant of Freedom.