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Celtic Daily Prayer

Celtic Daily Prayer

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If you wish to use part, or all, of our Daily Office (Morning, Midday or Evening Prayer) in public worship for a one-off event, you may reproduce the words in a service sheet, or in a PowerPoint presentation, providing they are not being sold. The Daily Office – Morning, Midday and Evening Prayer – is at the core of the life of the Northumbria Community. Celtic Daily Prayer is a great resource for someone new to the Daily Office, or as an alternative source of liturgies for those already accustomed to this form of worship.

This collection of stories, meditations, poems and prayers evokes the authentic spirit of Celtic Christianity. The wealth of tradition and unity offered by liturgical worship may be the next "in thing" for Protestants. Thus the Irish not only were conservators of civilisation, but became shapers of the medieval mind, putting their unique stamp on Western civilisation. A section on rites of passage suggests prayers and rituals for the pivotal times of life: birth, rebirth, marriage, midlife, and bereavement, as well as blessings and graces for all occasions. Praying daily alongside Ray Simpson at Berwick Parish Church, I know how devoutly committed Ray is to daily prayer.These include Church leaders, ministry heads, and even some well known television personalities, all who come from a range of denominations and backgrounds. Jo Swinney reminds us that the Christmas story is part of God’s bigger story, and it’s one into which we are invited to play our part. To be carried by the sung Complines was an especial joy, and their words take on a new significance and meaning from the horizontal position of the sickbed. Saint’s Day February 1st: Brigid (450-523)Eight years before the death of Patrick (see March 17th), a girl was born to a pagan Irish chieftain and a Christian slave woman from the land of the Picts. This ebook has been designed to make navigation through each day’s prayer cycle as easy as possible without having to refer to a table of contents and also contains Scripture quotations from the New Revised Standard Version Bible and music from the Celtic Daily Prayer CD.

Set out with Columbanus, regarded by some as the 'first European', on his incredible journey that will take him from Bangor in Northern Ireland to Bobbio in Italy.

Whether you're familiar with Celtic Christianity or it's never crossed your path, if you're a seeker of wisdom, peace and a fresh approach to seasonal contemplation, this book will be your constant companion through Advent. In this series of daily reflections, Percy concentrates on drilling down into passages from the prophet Isaiah, and the beginning of St Luke’s Gospel. Celtic Daily Prayer springs from the worship of the Northumbria Community, a Christian community based in Northumberland with members across the UK and around the world.

The Ancient Paths of Northumbria in northeastern England have been trod by generations of men and women who loved God and followed Jesus, bringing faith, hope, and love to vast numbers of people. In them we hear an echo of our own experience of exile, our yearning for authenticity, our desire to embrace truth in whatever unlikely place we find it, and our willingness to live with more questions than answers.

We receive many requests for permission to reproduce parts of our liturgy or other items from Celtic Daily Prayer Books 1 and 2. Others find it a welcome opportunity to withdraw from the tensions and busyness of the day to spend some time quiet and alone with God, putting the day’s work into a different perspective.



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