During November Nether Springs is following the daily scripture readings from Colman in Celtic Daily Prayer Book 2 entitled Living the Questions.
Author: Margaret Proud
During October Nether Springs is following the daily scripture readings from Finan in Celtic Daily Prayer Book 1 entitled Parting and Planting.
We delighted to let you know that Celtic Daily Prayer Book 1: The Journey Begins is now back and stock and can be ordered from our online shop at CDP Book 1
Following a number of requests a PDF download of the Northumbria Community liturgy entitled Communion: Family Breaking of the Bread is now available from our online shop. This is already available within an existing Celtic Daily Prayer Communion Liturgies booklet. If you would prefer this complete version, this is also available from the online shop Similarly, we have […]
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On 6 August 2019, after a season of discernment about the next generation of leadership of the Northumbria Community, Roy Searle and Trevor Miller were delighted to pass on the baton to Catherine Askew, Sarah Pillar and Sarah Hay, in a short ceremony at Old Bewick church, North Northumberland. This beautiful setting – a thin […]
Celtic Daily Prayer is now available as an interactive ebook published by HarperCollins and available for a variety of devices. It can be purchased from: Amazon iTunes googleplay kobo books This enhanced e-book with app-like features includes the Daily Prayer and Compline liturgies, the Meditations for the Day from Book 2 and all four […]
How are your feet today? A curious question. Are they beautiful? There must be irony in the statement ‘How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!’ The way we use our feet to walk says a lot about who we are as does who we walk with. Friday 2nd March is the feast […]
On Sunday 4th February 2018 in Newcastle Cathedral, Pete Askew was made an Honorary Canon in recognition of his service to the church through his work with the Northumbria Community. It was a particular delight to discover that he was installed into the stall of St Oswald!
The Community Easter 2017 resource, entitled In the Power of the Spirit provides a range of activities for exploring the Aidan Liturgy. This was created for us by Anita Haigh and, although it was used by many of our Friends and Companions at Easter, it can also be used for reflection at any time of the year.