The Pathway to Chanctonbury Ring

The Muddy Pilgrim

Pilgrimage is an important element in Celtic Christian practice. If we begin one, we must expect to get covered in the mud and dirt of the road. This is true of The Society St Columba’s work at Chanctonbury.

The Ceremonial Cross of the Society of Columba

Letter to Tom and Josie

In this open letter to Tom and Josie, Pete Cross one of the Society St. Columba’s members expresses his hopes for greater social justice and equity in the land through the practice of new monasticism at Great Barn Farm. This letter is unedited and published in its entirety.

Celtic Cross in Rainbow

Reawakening Our Origins Pt.2.

In this slightly longer than normal Vid, (part two of the three part series entitled Reawakening our Origins), Greg Valerio explores the idea of The Monastic Church as a stripped back reality rooted in simply prayer and work. Early Celtic Monastic Christians saw discipleship as the practice of Imitating Christ and walking in a Spirit of Holiness.

Ancient Drovers Way at Pennant St Melangell

Reawakening Our Origins

Greg Valerio one of the founders of The Society St Columba reflects on faith, new monasticism, Celtic Christianity and how reawakening our origins in God is important to starting again with a life of hope in the Jesus of peace, justice and hope.