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Celtic Eucharist Feast of the Ascension

Updated: May 11

Thursday, May 9, 2024 at 7:00 pm

In our hurried and noisy world, Celtic Eucharist offers gracious space and an hour to enjoy the holiness of God, gently touched by candlelight, music and prayer. 

The Celtic tradition holds that we find God in Christ in our hearts, in each other, and in all creation. Through moments of reflection and calm, quiet words, and the sacrament of Holy Communion, we bring this tradition to Gwynedd and North Wales.

This spirituality, part of our Anglican/Episcopal tradition, took root in Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Northumbria and their coastal islands. We bring it here as we seek to draw more deeply into God’s presence and long for thoughtful connection to the natural world and to one another. Likewise the tradition of Taizé songs, with its gentle repetition and lyric melody, draws us into praying and meditating through music. 

To celebrate the Feast of the Ascension, there will be a special Celtic Eucharist with candlelight and harp music at Church of the Messiah on Thursday, May 9, 2024 at 7:00 pm. We are delighted to welcome renowned local harpist Mindy Cutcher who will play during the service.

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