This Sunday, August 3 at 9:45am, we gather for a special Celtic-style worship service. The ancient Celtic Christian tradition introduced many distinctive insights and practices to the wider Church. In the past century, there has been revived interest in Celtic spirituality among Christians of all denominations who are attracted by the tradition’s sense of mysticism. In his book The Center is Everywhere: Celtic Spirituality for the Post Modern Age, Rev. Bruce Epperly writes, “The way of Celtic Christian spirituality finds divine revelation in the cells of bodies, the glistening waters, the colors of the rainbow, and the human imagination. Celtic spirituality experiences God in all things and all things in God. God is found in the rising of the sun and the rising of the Crucified One.”
This Sunday, the Rev. Connie Bickford, who has spent time with the Iona Community in Scotland, will lead us in worship. Janna Bruene, Tom Goux, and Dan Lanier will provide Celtic music to accompany our worship. The service will include communion.
The Tabernacle is a place for all seekers of truth and people of faith. Children are welcome.