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@ The Christian Celtic Trust 2017
Celtic Prayer Centre

You Are Very Welcome

We believe the umbrella of God’s love, as exemplified in Jesus Christ, is big enough for everyone to be welcomed. We believe that love, not doctrine, holds us together. We believe the deepest expression of our faith is found in the way we treat others. We believe it is important to take the narrative of the Bible seriously, embracing the message of the Messiah, Jesus We believe it is important for faith to value both the mind and the heart. We believe that we learn from one another’s diverse experiences and perspectives, and it’s okay if we don’t share all of the exact same beliefs. We believe listening to others and respecting them is a deeply spiritual act, even when we disagree. Not all claims to truth are the same, to be sure, but we believe every claim should be measured by love. We believe the wisdom offered from other faith traditions can complement and enrich our spiritual journeys. We believe church should be a place that welcomes those who believe in God some of the time, or none of the time, or all of the time

Upcoming Events:

The Save the 8th Amendment march will be on in Dublin the 1/7/17.

Current Studies

We are involved in a few different readings right now.  1:we are asking members to examine the women of the bible and to share their own ideas on this. 2: we are continuing to read ‘Eternity in Their Hearts’, (Don Richardson). 3: also some are reading ‘Rediscovering Christianity’ (Vincent Donovan) a wonderful account of mission among the Masai by a Catholic priest.

TEP

We just sent another €2000 to Tanzania to top-up the Dar Es Salaam account.  This brings our total contribution to €10,000 so far this year.  The applications for this year were far too many for us to sponsor and it was with sadness that we had to say no to so many new students.  However we did manage to add about 10 new students for 2017.

Masai Stories

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Having being praying for a Masai pastor and his wife, Nathaniel & Theresa Ndoholi, we were shocked to hear the news that he had been ransacked and savagely attacked, ending up in the ICU for nearly 8 days.  It was a near death experience for Nathaniel as he had some very severe machete knife wounds to the head.  Thank God, we made a collection to pay his bills and to restore his lost cows, sheep and chickens. We sent money over a period of a few weeks to pay for his loss.  He now has 5 cows and 1 bull, his hospital bills are fully paid and his wife, Theresa, and their twins are rejoicing at the provision of God.  We also took his 2 children into our TEP sponsorship program and they are now at school.
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16
Cork City Ireland
@ The Christian Celtic Trust 2017

You Are Very Welcome

We believe the umbrella of God’s love, as exemplified in Jesus Christ, is big enough for everyone to be welcomed. We believe that love, not doctrine, holds us together. We believe the deepest expression of our faith is found in the way we treat others. We believe it is important to take the narrative of the Bible seriously, embracing the message of the Messiah, Jesus We believe it is important for faith to value both the mind and the heart. We believe that we learn from one another’s diverse experiences and perspectives, and it’s okay if we don’t share all of the exact same beliefs. We believe listening to others and respecting them is a deeply spiritual act, even when we disagree. Not all claims to truth are the same, to be sure, but we believe every claim should be measured by love. We believe the wisdom offered from other faith traditions can complement and enrich our spiritual journeys. We believe church should be a place that welcomes those who believe in God some of the time, or none of the time, or all of the time

Upcoming Events:

The Save the 8th Amendment march will be on in Dublin the 1/7/17.

Current

Studies

We are involved in a few different readings right now.  1:we are asking members to examine the women of the bible and to share their own ideas on this. 2: we are continuing to read ‘Eternity in Their Hearts’, (Don Richardson). 3: also some are reading ‘Rediscovering Christianity’ (Vincent Donovan) a wonderful account of mission among the Masai by a Catholic priest.

TEP

We just sent another €2000 to Tanzania to top-up the Dar Es Salaam account.  This brings our total contribution to €10,000 so far this year.  The applications for this year were far too many for us to sponsor and it was with sadness that we had to say no to so many new students.  However we did manage to add about 10 new students for 2017.

Masai Stories

(click for photos)

Having being praying for a Masai pastor and his wife, Nathaniel & Theresa Ndoholi, we were shocked to hear the news that he had been ransacked and savagely attacked, ending up in the ICU for nearly 8 days.  It was a near death experience for Nathaniel as he had some very severe machete knife wounds to the head.  Thank God, we made a collection to pay his bills and to restore his lost cows, sheep and chickens. We sent money over a period of a few weeks to pay for his loss.  He now has 5 cows and 1 bull, his hospital bills are fully paid and his wife, Theresa, and their twins are rejoicing at the provision of God.  We also took his 2 children into our TEP sponsorship program and they are now at school.
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16
Celtic Prayer Centre
@ The Christian Celtic Trust 2017

You Are Very Welcome

We believe the umbrella of God’s love, as exemplified in Jesus Christ, is big enough for everyone to be welcomed. We believe that love, not doctrine, holds us together. We believe the deepest expression of our faith is found in the way we treat others. We believe it is important to take the narrative of the Bible seriously, embracing the message of the Messiah, Jesus We believe it is important for faith to value both the mind and the heart. We believe that we learn from one another’s diverse experiences and perspectives, and it’s okay if we don’t share all of the exact same beliefs. We believe listening to others and respecting them is a deeply spiritual act, even when we disagree. Not all claims to truth are the same, to be sure, but we believe every claim should be measured by love. We believe the wisdom offered from other faith traditions can complement and enrich our spiritual journeys. We believe church should be a place that welcomes those who believe in God some of the time, or none of the time, or all of the time

Upcoming Events:

The Save the 8th Amendment march will be on in Dublin the 1/7/17.

Current Studies

We are involved in a few different readings right now.  1:we are asking members to examine the women of the bible and to share their own ideas on this. 2: we are continuing to read ‘Eternity in Their Hearts’, (Don Richardson). 3: also some are reading ‘Rediscovering Christianity’ (Vincent Donovan) a wonderful account of mission among the Masai by a Catholic priest.

TEP

We just sent another €2000 to Tanzania to top-up the Dar Es Salaam account.  This brings our total contribution to €10,000 so far this year.  The applications for this year were far too many for us to sponsor and it was with sadness that we had to say no to so many new students.  However we did manage to add about 10 new students for 2017.

Masai Stories

(click for photos)

Having being praying for a Masai pastor and his wife, Nathaniel & Theresa Ndoholi, we were shocked to hear the news that he had been ransacked and savagely attacked, ending up in the ICU for nearly 8 days.  It was a near death experience for Nathaniel as he had some very severe machete knife wounds to the head.  Thank God, we made a collection to pay his bills and to restore his lost cows, sheep and chickens. We sent money over a period of a few weeks to pay for his loss.  He now has 5 cows and 1 bull, his hospital bills are fully paid and his wife, Theresa, and their twins are rejoicing at the provision of God.  We also took his 2 children into our TEP sponsorship program and they are now at school.
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16
Celtic Prayer Centre