Celtic Evening Prayer on the labyrinth, 6:00 p.m.
The Celtic Christian tradition dates back to at least the fourth century and finds roots in the earliest traditions of the Church. John Newell, in his book Listening to the Heartbeat of God: A Celtic Spirituality, states that Celtic worship is “characterized by the expectation of finding God within, of hearing the living voice of God speaking from the very heart of life, within creation and within ourselves.”
A Trinity-by-the-Cove, we celebrate Evening Prayer in the Celtic tradition when we gather for Evening Prayer on the labyrinth at twilight. In our Celtic worship, you will find time for silent prayer and reflection as well as contemplative music that is lively and haunting.
**This will be the last Celtic Evening Prayer of the current season**