Sermon Series
  • 1. Introduction To Celtic Spirituality

    Contributed on May 6, 2008
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    A new course at God at the Pub. This talk introduces my journey and Saint Patrick

    Earthed Spirituality - Introduction My connection with Celtic Spirituality Early on – John Michael Talbot – God of Life Clannad – intro shots to U2’s “Live at Red Rocks” Video Love of things Irish & Celtic – bands: U2, Big Country, The Alarm (Welsh), The Proclaimers (Scot) The ...read more

  • 2. Spirituality Of Creation

    Contributed on May 13, 2008
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    A new course at God at the Pub. This talk deals with how the Celts met God in and through His creation.

    Earthed Spirituality: The Spirituality of Creation Last week, when we were introducing ourselves, Sarah talked about how hard it is to be a Christian around environmentalists – since it has been Christians who have sparked the industrialization of the world and much of the environmental disaster ...read more

  • 3. Spirituality Of Work And The Everyday

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2008
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    The Celts prayed about everything in their day

    Spirituality of Work and the Everyday G@TP May 26, 2008 Grace – Way p. 84 Homework from 2 weeks ago… · Visit myfootprint.org to calculate your own impact upon God’s creation. · Patrick blessed a river at least once. Our rivers and streams need miraculous healing beyond just better ...read more

  • 4. Spirituality Of Art

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2008
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    Art as a Spiritual Practice

    Celtic Spirituality of Art God at the Pub – Earthed Spirituality Grace – How the Irish Saved Civilization, p 174 Take up homework 1) book of prayers – choose one & use it 2) write a Celtic prayer that fits your life/work. Art Show and tell The Celts & Art I think that if you ...read more

  • 5. Spirituality Of Trinity And Community

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2008
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    The Celtic emphasis and understanding of Trinity leads us into community with God and eachother

    Celtic Spirituality June 9, 2008 Trinity and Community Take up Home Work Home work: Visit a gallery, find one piece and meditate on it Is God present in the piece? How? Is He absent? How? - Extra reading: Luci Shaw Art and Christian Spirituality: Companions in the Way in Direction ...read more

  • 6. Spirituality Of Pilgrimage

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2008
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    Pilgrimage is traveling with God

    Celtic Spirituality of Pilgrimage Earthed Spirituality Retreat: June 13, 2008 The Spiritual Practice of Pilgramage – traveling for a spiritual experience – to the Holy Land, Rome or other historic sites. People go on pilgrimages for many different reasons – healing, penance, connection with ...read more

  • 7. Spirituality Of Solitude And Silence

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2008
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    Jesus invites us to come away for awhile alone with him.

    Solitude and Silence Earthed Spirituality If Celtic Spirituality was born out of Patrick’s experience, then it was born out of solitude. Patrick spent 6 years from age 6-22 living the life of a monk as a slave-shepherd in the hills of Ireland. He used his solitude to pray, praying the psalms ...read more

  • 8. Spirituality Of Hospitality

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2008
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    Hospitality was a Spiritual practice for the Celts, and should be for us too!

    Celtic Spirituality of Hospitality Monday, June 16, 2008 Earthed Spirituality, God at the Pub Distinction between entertaining and hospitality, - entertaining people is showing off your house, and your cooking abilities to them, - Hospitality is opening your house to them. – welcoming ...read more

  • 9. Spirituality Of Mission And Service

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2008
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    The Celtic Church was a missionary movement, combining evangelism and social change.

    Celtic Spirituality of Mission and Service I remember one of the first sessions that we had on Celtic Spirituality, one of you asked me if the Celtic Christians lived a fairly quiet Christian life, not “pushing” their faith on the cultures around them. It was a question that had a definite ...read more