The Centre for Celtic Spirituality

FACILITIES AT THE CENTRE FOR CELTIC SPIRITUALITY AT THE NAVAN CENTRE/ EMAIN MACHA, ARMAGH, INCLUDING THE CELTIC STUDY LIBRARY

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The Centre for Celtic Spirituality is based at The Navan Centre at the ancient site of Emain Macha just outside of the city of Armagh, Northern Ireland.

 

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                                 (The large A.V Theatre at The Navan Centre) 

 

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(Rev’d Grace Clunie, Director of The Centre for Celtic Spirituality, addresses a group in the Centre’s AV theatre).

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    (Grace Clunie and Kiran Young Wimberly in the Celtic Studies Library)

FACILITIES AT THE CENTRE FOR CELTIC SPIRITUALITY

Restaurant/Coffee shop, gift shop, AV theatre, outdoor living history exhibit, indoor exhibition, ample parking for cars and coaches. For further details see www.armagh.co.uk/navan-centre-fort/

CELTIC STUDY LIBRARY

A small Celtic Studies library is stocked with books on many aspects of Celtic Spirituality, including theology, Celtic prayer, history, Art, mythology and culture – a valuable resource to those seeking to learn about what Celtic Spirituality has to offer our contemporary world. It is free to use, though the books are for reference only and cannot be borrowed.

To contact The Centre for Celtic Spirituality at The Navan Centre Tel: 028 37529644.

Address: 81 Killylea Road, Armagh BT60 4LD.

A prayer for the work of The Centre for Celtic Spirituality:

Bless us, Lord, this day with vision.

May this place be a sacred place,

a telling place,

where heaven and earth meet.

(from Celtic Daily Prayer, p. 290)