Celtic month is here! For the five Sundays of July, St Andrews is celebrating Celtic Month with a variety of different Sunday liturgies drawn from our sister church, the Scottish Episcopal Church, and the Northumbria Community. There will be readings taken from the Gaelic oral tradition, a short walking pilgrimage, talks and movies to discover Celtic faith and history, and lots of music! Please click here for a full schedule of events for July.
The schedule for Sunday, July 22nd is as follows:
- 8:00am: Holy Eucharist Rite I (with Celtic touches)
- 10:00am: A service celebrating Creation. There are many stories of creation told in the Celtic tradition, all revealing their profound connection to the divine within nature. The service will bring the Celtic world of radiant creation to us through readings, poetry and music performed by Castlebay.
- 11:30am – Movie – Secret of Kells. This sometimes scary, animated family movie follows the adventures of Brendan, a
young monk of Iona, trying to save his island’s greatest treasure, their gospel book, from marauding Vikings. A lunch will be served at this event.
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