Celtic Compline

Here’s something lovely that I discovered on the web this morning: A Celtic Liturgy for Late Evening, composed by Adrian Worsfold, a British blogger who calls himself Pluralist.

It’s quite lovely. True to his pluralist sensibility, he draws from Christian, Jewish, and Druidic sources, and has created rubrics for the service to allow portions of the liturgy to be omitted as a way of including those with differing theologies or faith traditions. It is a leaderless service and suitable for both individual or group use.

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