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Wellspring offers a range of prayers and liturgies which are useful and valuable.

Celebrating the Light by Jonathan Robinson contains Eucharistic and Morning and Evening Prayer liturgies. It is available as a PDF download from the link given or individual copies can be purchased from Jonathan Robinson, The Rowan, Great Argoed, Mellington, Montgomery, Powys. SY15 6TH. Price: £3.50 plus £1 p. & p. per copy or as appropriate for larger orders. Jonathan Robinson is an Anglican priest. Celebrating the Light has been designed to connect with those who are not connected with traditional church. According to Robinson, "It is devotional, contemplative, Celtic, forward-looking and also traditional! It is the celebration of life and the relationships that make life, life in the light of the Spirit." I have used the liturgies as the basis for a number of services, both Eucharistic and non-Eucharistic, and the response has always been most positive.

Celtic Resources

Celtic spirituality has a great resonance for many 21st century people, both churched and unchurched. It chimes with much which those on 'alternative spirituality' journeys are seeking. There is much which can enrich and enliven your services.

The Iona Community's Wild Goose Resource Group offers a wide range of liturgies, prayers, meditations and anthems. Much of what they produce is exceleent.

The Northumbria Community is well known for its Celtic Daily Prayer Celtic Daily Prayer which provides a great source of prayers and meditations.

Living Water From an Ancient Well is a "an emergent ancient future misal (sic), resource and notes of journey with a Celtic bent". A blog by Brad Culver which, as well as information on Celtic saints and spirituality, also has prayers, poems and liturgies in the Celtic style.