... [R]eligion in charity law is characterised by belief in one or more gods or spiritual or non-secular principles or things, and a relationship between the adherents of the religion and the gods, principles or things which is expressed by worship, reverence and adoration, veneration intercession or by some other religious rite or service. In addition, that it must be capable of providing moral and ethical value or edification to the public and characterised by a certain level of cogency, seriousness, cohesion and importance.
... The Commission has ... concluded that Jediism does not meet the characteristics of a religion for the purposes of charity law....The Commission also rejected the argument that TOTJO should be listed as a charity under the promotion of moral or ethical improvement standard. The Guardian reports on the ruling.