BELFAST — St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church will offer opportunities to participate in the rich heritage of Celtic spirituality as part of the Belfast Celtic Festival this coming weekend, July 22-24.  The church will have a tent in the festival area on Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. that will provide art materials and Celtic designs for children and adults to color or to create their own  Celtic patterns.

At the same time, the church at Court and Elm streets will turn to Celtic liturgy for brief services of prayer at noon, 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. that are open to all.  On Saturday afternoon St. Margaret’s Memorial Garden, which has a large Celtic cross as its focal point, will be open to any festival-goers who would welcome a peaceful oasis for prayer and quiet thought. The small garden may be reached by walking across the grass along Elm Street to the rear of the church.

 

 

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