Celtic Psalms Concert

Celtic Psalms music brings people together across community divides through concerts featuring psalms set to traditional melodies. In the past, we have held concerts in Protestant, Catholic, and secular venues, and this streamed event would be open to people from mixed backgrounds.

Our events are for people from any denominational or faith background, and we have found that our music appeals to people across a broad spectrum. At this time of separation, it’s more important than ever to find ways to connect, not only within communities but between communities. This event could be viewed and shared by people from a wide range of life situations, including by those who are shielding and who continue to be isolated from gatherings.

Celtic Psalms music is uplifting and taps into the breadth of human emotion, from sorrow to joy, fear to hope. All of those emotions are being experienced at this time of pandemic, and this musical event would serve to soothe the soul and bring people into a sense of unity within this time of global upheaval.

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Mid Ulster

Celtic Psalms

Organiser Bio:

'Celtic Psalms' is an album of Psalms paraphrased and set to traditional Irish and Scottish melodies. Recorded in Belfast, Celtic Psalms features the McGrath's, a family from Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. The collection is intended not only for meditative listening, but to encourage the use of traditional music in worship, across community divides. Kiran Young Wimberly is a Presbyterian minister and works with the Centre for Celtic Spirituality, based in Armagh. 

Contact Name: Declan McGrath

Contact Number: 075 9955 4996

Contact Email: [email protected]

Address: 28 The Vale Coalisland Dungannon BT71 4TH

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