The Celtic Year: A rhythm of prayer and meditation for the eight points of the Celtic year

The Celtic Year: A rhythm of prayer and meditation for the eight points of the Celtic year

Author : David Cole
£8.99

A year-long rhythm of prayer and meditation inspired by Celtic Christianity

‘David Cole is a careful, wise and skilful writer and guide.’
The Revd Canon Professor James Woodward, Principal, Sarum College, Salisbury

Following the ancient rhythm of the Celtic year, these prayers, meditations and liturgies will help you focus on the natural flow of life as it changes around you.


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Title The Celtic Year: A rhythm of prayer and meditation for the eight points of the Celtic year
Author David Cole
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‘David Cole is a careful, wise and skilful writer and guide.’
The Revd Canon Professor James Woodward, Principal, Sarum College, Salisbury

Following the ancient rhythm of the Celtic year, these prayers, meditations and liturgies will help you focus on the natural flow of life as it changes around you.

Based on the eight points of the Celtic year – the four season changes, and the four midpoints of each season – and moving from winter to spring, summer and harvest, each of the eight sections includes a liturgy for a full service, a week of daily readings, guided contemplations and a selection of prayers and blessings.

Details
  • Product code: 9780857469687
  • Published: 18 September 2020
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 144
  • Dimensions: 130mm wide and 198mm high

‘David Cole is a careful, wise and skilful writer and guide.’
The Revd Canon Professor James Woodward, Principal, Sarum College, Salisbury

Following the ancient rhythm of the Celtic year, these prayers, meditations and liturgies will help you focus on the natural flow of life as it changes around you.

Based on the eight points of the Celtic year – the four season changes, and the four midpoints of each season – and moving from winter to spring, summer and harvest, each of the eight sections includes a liturgy for a full service, a week of daily readings, guided contemplations and a selection of prayers and blessings.

Previously a full-time church minister, David Cole is an international spiritual teacher and retreat leader, an award-winning author and the Deputy Guardian for the Community of Aidan and Hilda. He is also the founder of Waymark Ministries, which creates opportunities for people to engage with the Christian message.

Following the Celtic year and reconnecting with the cycles of the earth’s turning in relation to the sun, moon and seasons, David Cole provides a rich diet of biblically based daily devotions which will sustain, challenge and comfort all who follow them.
Professor Ian Bradley, emeritus professor of cultural and spiritual history, University of St Andrews, and author of Following the Celtic Way

Countless people have long been crying out for a book such as this. It is well researched, beautifully crafted, and will, I think, become a classic.
Ray Simpson, founding guardian of the International Community of Aidan and Hilda (aidanandhilda.org)

David has provided us with a beautifully crafted, richly resourced and easy-to-use worship book that will enable us to worship our God in tune with the seasons. I felt my heart lifted by the compelling blend of ancient stories of faith, enlivening scriptures, thoughtful reflections and earthy, yet heaven-touching, prayers and blessings.
Michael Mitton, leader of international Celtic pilgrimages and author of Restoring the Woven Cord