The Centre for Celtic Spirituality

Rediscovering Christian Roots

Living Simply
In Harmony with Nature
Without Judgement of Others

‘Ancient Roots for Sacred Living’

 

The Centre for Celtic Spirituality is based at Emain Macha/ The Navan Centre, an historically significant and ancient place three miles from Armagh, Northern Ireland. Armagh is a very special place with a wonderful history, and is known as the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland, where the Roman Catholic and Anglican Archbishops reside.

At Emain Macha/ The Navan Centre we have a small study library, AV theatre, seminar room, cafe and shop. There is also plentiful parking for cars and coaches. Those visiting can also avail of a Living History experience and a tour of the site offered by the Armagh City and District Council staff.

Please note: Programmes offered by The Centre for Celtic Spirituality must be booked in advance, as staff are freelance and part-time.

The Centre for Celtic Spirituality is a shared charitable project and has a management committee with members from the Methodist church, the Presbyterian church, the Roman Catholic church, the Anglican church and the ‘Quakers’ or Friends. The Director, Rev’d Grace Clunie, is a Church of Ireland Priest (Anglican/Episcopal). 

It’s aims are –
To share the ancient heritage of Celtic Spirituality, Armagh and Ireland (particularly the North of Ireland) with the rest of the world.
To inspire others – of all faiths and none – on their spiritual journey through the power of Celtic Spirituality.
To bring together Christian churches in a spirit of peace. respect and understanding.

‘ANCIENT ROOTS FOR SACRED LIVING’

The Centre for Celtic Spirituality is a not-for-profit registered charity which has peace and reconciliation at its heart.

WRITE TO   contact@celtic-spirituality.net

The Centre for Celtic Spirituality
Emain Macha/ The Navan Centre,
81, Killylea Road,
Armagh.
Northern Ireland
BT60 4LD