In the earthing of that commitment the members seek to be a Community of faith, drawing their inspiration from the Celtic Saints and learning from their experience and wisdom.
the history, spirituality and relationship to cultural patterns of the Celtic Mission;
and how these apply to the renewal of today's church and society.
personal and group retreats, workshops and the networking with link churches and
centres through the provision of materials for prayer, worship and study.
Members of the East Anglia Group seek to make a regional contribution
to pursuing the three aims of the Community
through the pages of this website.
with information about related events and meetings in the Region.
The 'Around the East Anglia Region Page' has information on places in
The 'News Page' brings you information on related things happening in the Region.
Past News Items are kept on our 'Archive Page'.
East Anglia Group Diary
Events around the Region
East Anglia Group Newspage
News from around the Region
Around the East Anglia Region
Places and Groups around the Region
East Anglia Region Archive
Past News Items and Reports
related sites. If you have any comments on the site, or wish to make a contribution, or
would like more information on the Community and the East Anglia Group please
contact us by email as below.
I rise up clothed in the strength of Christ.
I shall not be imprisoned,
I shall not be harmed;
I shall not be downtrodden,
I shall not be left alone;
I shall not be tainted,
I shall not be overwhelmed.
I go clothed in Christ's white garments;
I go freed to weave Christ's patterns;
I go loved to serve Christ's weak ones;
I go armed to rout out Christ's foes.
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the East Anglia Group
|Contact Geoff Saunders:||
tel: 01508 538550
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Aidan & Hilda Homepage
Information about the Community, its aims and the Way of Life, its Magazine 'The Aidan Way'
and other Celtic Sites to visit.
Information about 'The Open Gate', Retreat House of the Community of Aidan & Hilda on Lindisfarne.
Thoughts from the Revd Ray Simpson
Founding Guardian of the Community of Aidan and Hilda and founder of the Lindisfarne Mustard Seed Project.
Celtic Daily Light
Daily meditations from the Community of Aidan & Hilda.
St. Aidan Press
St. Aidan Press is the resources arm of the Community of Aidan & Hilda, a non-profit venture run by volunteers. It distributes books, CDs, audiotapes, videos and artefacts that help fulfil the Community's aims.
|The Aidan Trust Homepage
The St. Aidan Celtic Christian Trust - USA. A resource for Christians who seek the balanced
spirituality and the gentle yet passionate evangelism that characterized the Celtic saints.
The Community of Aidan & Hilda in Norway.
Aotearoa, The Land of the Long White Cloud
The Community of Aidan & Hilda in New Zealand.
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