Come, you who have much faith and you who have little.
2nd Sundays at 5:30pm
Doors open for silent prayer and reflection at 5:15pm
Community Meal Following
The Celtic Christian tradition dates back to at least the fourth century, though it finds roots in the earliest traditions of the Church. John Newell, in his Listening to the Heartbeat of God: A Celtic Spirituality, states that Celtic worship is “characterized by the expectation of finding God within, of hearing the living voice of God speaking from the very heart of life, within creation and within ourselves.”
In our Celtic worship, you will find time for silent prayer and reflection as well as contemplative music that is lively and haunting. There is no sermon, rather a layperson will share brief a brief reflection about their experience of God. Communion is offered to all who come seeking to experience the love and grace of Christ.
Following the service, all our invited to share a community meal and fellowship with others as we extend peace to one another.