Product Categories

Celtic Daily Prayer & Liturgy

Filters

Showing 1–12 of 65 results

View 12/24/All

Departments

Price Filter

1-12 of 65 products

  • City without a church
    City without a church
    £2.00

    Celtic Daily Prayer 1: Daily Readings: Finan: July: PDF download

    , ,
    This downloadable pdf contains the Finan daily readings from CDP1 (The Journey Begins) for the month of July. The city without a church These readings are extracted from The City Without a Church by Henry Drummond. An introduction: The City Without a Church is a meditation by Henry Drummond on a selection of verses from Revelation chapters 21 (verses 2 and 22) and 22 (verses 2 and 3). Extracts from it feature in the Finan series of readings for July in Celtic Daily Prayer and it has become an important text for the Northumbria Community because it deals with ‘church without walls’ and ‘kingdom in the streets’; in fact it dovetails very neatly with the Community’s Rule which states: We embrace the challenge to live as ‘church without walls’, living openly amongst unbelievers and other believers in a way that the life of God in ours can be seen, challenged or questioned. This will involve us building friendships outside our Christian ghettos or club-mentality, not with ulterior evangelistic motives, but because we genuinely care.   When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • New
    Finan graphic
    Finan graphic
    £2.00

    Celtic Daily Prayer 1: Daily Readings: Finan: October: PDF download

    , ,
    This downloadable pdf contains the Finan daily readings from CDP1 (The Journey Begins) for the month of October: Parting and Planting.   When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link (CDP1_dailyreadings_Finan_October.pdf) to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • CDP Colman
    CDP Colman
    £2.00

    Celtic Daily Prayer 2: Daily Readings: Colman: April: PDF download

    , ,
    This downloadable pdf contains the Colman daily readings from CDP2 (Further Up and Further In) for the month of April. Buechner's ABC This month’s readings go through the Alphabet and draw from the words of Frederick Buechner (pronounced BEEK-ner). Buechner’s work has often been praised for its ability to inspire readers to see the grace in their daily lives. In three of his books Peculiar Treasures: A Biblical Who’s Who; Wishful Thinking: A Seeker’s ABC and Whistling in the Dark: A Doubter’s Dictionary, he tries to dust-off and put the colour back into Biblical characters, religious words, and ordinary words, respectively. Our daily meditations will draw from all three of these books. When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link (CDP2_dailyreadings_Colman_April.pdf) to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • CDP Colman
    CDP Colman
    £2.00

    Celtic Daily Prayer 2: Daily Readings: Colman: August: PDF download

    , ,
    This downloadable pdf contains the Colman daily readings from CDP2 (Further Up and Further In) for the month of August. In the World This month of readings seeks to help us push past the artificial divide between the secular and the sacred, the physical and the spiritual, the body and the soul, and move, as Barbara Brown Taylor says, towards "trusting that there is no way to God apart from real life in the real world". later this month we will hear from Charles Ringma, but we begin with excerpts from An Altar in the World by Barbara Brown Taylor.  Here are some words from her introduction: Whoever you are, you are human. Wherever you are, you live in the world, which is just waiting for you to notice the holiness in it. So welcome to your own priesthood, practised at the altar of your own life. The good news is that you have everything you need to begin. When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link (CDP2_dailyreadings_Colman_August.pdf) to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • CDP Colman
    CDP Colman
    £2.00

    Celtic Daily Prayer 2: Daily Readings: Colman: May: PDF download

    , ,
    This downloadable pdf contains the Colman daily readings from CDP2 (Further Up and Further In) for the month of May. Celtic Pathways Through The Valley Of Decision In this month of readings Andy Raine reflects on how desert and Celtic thinking equip us for engaging with so many people today who are eager to find meaning and deep relationship in their lives. It begins with four excerpts from the story of the House that John the beloved disciple built, and closes with prayers by Frederick Buechner based on the life of Godric, the hermit of Finchale.’ When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link (CDP2_dailyreadings_Colman_May.pdf) to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • CDP Colman
    CDP Colman
    £2.00

    Celtic Daily Prayer 2: Daily Readings: Colman: September: PDF download

    , ,
    This downloadable pdf contains the Colman daily readings from CDP2 (Further Up and Further In) for the month of September. Hospitality: When we say YES to the practice of hospitality, do we immediately think of inviting our friends around for a meal with a good bottle of wine? Does hospitality for us mean a pleasant social setting, food and drink shared with people we like and in places where we are comfortable? Our understanding and lifestyle may have become quite limited, for hospitality has far broader possibilities than these! This month of readings will hopefully help us to expand our narrow definitions of hospitality and encourage us into far more radical ways of opening ourselves to others. In reading the Gospels we find that Christ did indeed share plenty of meals and some wine too with people, but in a way that was out of keeping with the polite practices of the day, that even disturbed polite society. And his practice of hospitality extended beyond the meal table and the home and out onto the roads and waysides, where he journeyed in anticipation of personal encounter with individuals and with crowds, always with an attitude of openness and welcome, available, always vulnerable. These words invite us to re-think our understanding of hospitality, to become braver, let down some barriers, let go of our prejudices, walk headlong into true availability and vulnerability by extending a hospitality of heart.   When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link (CDP2_dailyreadings_Colman_August.pdf) to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • CDP Eata
    CDP Eata
    £2.00

    Celtic Daily Prayer 2: Daily Readings: Eata: June: PDF download

    , ,
    This downloadable pdf contains the Eata daily readings from CDP2 (Further Up and Further In) for the month of June. Sermon on the Mount Once upon a time two women were musing over an idea. What would Jesus do with a group who gathered not for Bible study, not for prayer, not for ministry but just to sit at His feet ... to learn? Meanwhile, unaware of this idea, a third woman had a dream while on holiday. One Wednesday morning the idea and the dream fused over coffee. What eventually transpired was a year-long engagement with the Sermon on the Mount as twelve women wrestled with the words – first memorising them, then pondering them, then staging them as a dramatic presentation. Twenty years later we are still under their spell and trying to put them into practice. This month’s meditations, written by Sarah Berry, are stories, experiences, little pieces of wisdom – and the questions that have come from the adventure of walking with Jesus through this sermon. When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • City without a church
    City without a church
    £4.00

    City Without a Church: PDF download

    , ,
    This is a downloadable pdf of the booklet "City without a Church" by Henry Drummond, which has been produced as one in a series of booklets exploring responses to one of the basic questions of the Northumbria Community: "How Then Shall We Live?" The city without a church The City Without a Church is a meditation by Henry Drummond on a selection of verses from Revelation chapters 21 (verses 2 and 22) and 22 (verses 2 and 3). Extracts from it feature in the Finan series of readings for July in Celtic Daily Prayer and it has become an important text for the Northumbria Community because it deals with ‘church without walls’ and ‘kingdom in the streets’. Although this meditation is framed in the muscular, self-confident language of the Victorian era, its underlying message to us is as fresh as if it was written yesterday. The message is this: the institutional churches have ‘stolen Christ from the people’. What struck Drummond about John’s vision of the New Jerusalem was not just that he saw a city (rather than some kind of pastoral idyll) but that he saw no temple (or church) there. Although Drummond has hard words for the institutional church, he is by no means anti-church: he just wants it to wake up to the realities of real faith and get its priorities right. For Drummond, this involves getting out of our church buildings and getting totally involved in the concrete realities of our streets − starting right where we are, with the mess of real life all around us. He says that ‘it is only because the secular is so intensely sacred that so many eyes are blind before it.’ When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £4.00
    £4.00
  • £2.00

    Communion Liturgy from Celtic Daily Prayer Book 1 – A5 booklet

    , , ,
    An A5 booklet containing the Communion liturgy from Celtic Daily Prayer Book 1: The Journey Begins. Suitable for use by groups and churches who want to share this Communion service together. 10% discount when 5 or more copies are purchased in the same transaction.
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • Placeholder
    Placeholder
    £2.00

    Communion: Family Breaking of the Bread: pdf download

    , ,
    This downloadable pdf contains a Northumbria Communion liturgy entitled "Family Breaking of the Bread". This is already available within an existing communion booklet, but having received several requests for this to be made available individually, is now published as a pdf download. When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • £2.00

    Communion: Small Boat Great Big Sea: pdf download

    , ,
    This downloadable pdf contains a Northumbria Community Communion liturgy entitled "Small Boat Great Big Sea". This is already available as a communion booklet and within Celtic Daily Prayer 2, but having received several requests for this to be made available individually, is now published as a pdf download. When you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a link to download your pdf.  The link will expire in 3 days, although we imagine you will have downloaded it long before then!
    £2.00
    £2.00
  • £6.00

    Hermits of the Inner Farne

    , , , ,
    This booklet has been compiled by Andy Raine,  a Companion with the Northumbria Community, as a way of retelling the story of the hermits who lived and prayed on the little island of Inner Farne, just off the north Northumberland coast. It begins with a reprinting of Kathleen Parbury’s manuscript of The Hermits of the House of Farne, which she self-published in 1983, and which is contained here with the permission and blessing of her surviving relatives.  It also includes relevant liturgical material taken from Celtic Daily Prayer, and other articles about the hermits.
    £6.00
    £6.00
Load More