Throughout history there have been groups of Christians who have discovered the beauty of a life lived on God’s terms. The Celtic Christians of the early middle ages was one such group.
They understood from Scripture and from their own life experience that God was not someone we bend to our wants and desires, but rather someone who was beyond our control. Something we would need to pursue rather than subdue. In Celtic Communion services we reflect on how we listen to God and why it is essential to spend time being still and being aware of his presence within us.
Before the service at 5pm, there is a session of Christian Mindfulness in the Lady Chapel which provides a perfect space to prepare for celebrating communion.