For the Celtic Christian, there was no divided church. We walk today in that truth: one Lord, one spirit, one baptism.
Today there is a growing conviction amomg most Christians that the institutional Church has exhausted itself as a spiritual and moral resevoir for Western civilisation.
As we watch the institutional churches emptying at an ever-increasing
pace, particularly in the Western world, we share that sense and believe that a revitilisation,
a new way of being, even a new 'way of seeing' is sorely needed
for the Christian faith. These days, more and more people are turning to the early Celtic Church seeking answers, seeking ideas for a fresh start, a 'new song', and we welcome you to our modern-day expression of that new song.
wish, O son of the Living God, ancient eternal King
a secret hut in the wilderness
it may be my dwelling.
very blue shallow well to be beside it,
clear pool for washing sins through the grace of
the Holy Spirit.
beautiful wood close by around it on every side,
the nurture of many-voiced birds, to shelter and
south for warmth,
little stream across its enclosure,
choice ground with abundant bounties which would
be good for every plant.