The Deep Green Christian’s Spring Equinox

Once more we come to a time of balance in the Wheel of the Year. The darkness is quickly giving way to the light, which shone albeit weakly, throughout wintertime. The light arises, poised to overtake darkness. Shadows are becoming shorter; days are getting longer; our Brother Sun fervently grows in strength once more upon … More The Deep Green Christian’s Spring Equinox

Imbolc, Candlemas & St Brigid – A Song of New Hope

The Winter is passing by, the dawn of a new Spring is upon us. Now is the time of the agricultural celebration of Imbolc, which means “in the belly”. Imbolc marks the start of Spring where the fecundity of life is about to be made manifest. As darkness ebbs and light once more flows into our land, Imbolc … More Imbolc, Candlemas & St Brigid – A Song of New Hope

The “Deep Green” Christian’s Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice is upon us! The sun has ventured down to the lowest point in the sky, bringing with him the shortest day and the longest of nights. It doesn’t get any darker than this. Ever since the Autumn Equinox back last September, the balance of power between the light and the dark has been in … More The “Deep Green” Christian’s Winter Solstice

The Christian Celebration of Halloween

Am I a Heretic? Before I go on, I know what a lot of you may be thinking at this time… “Christians celebrating Halloween? That’s so wrong! So very wrong!”, or worse, “You’re celebrating the Devil’s day? You can’t be a Christian – you’re an apostate / a ‘condescending horse’s rectum’!” Seriously, that last bit are the … More The Christian Celebration of Halloween

Pentecost – The Church’s Need for Cultural Tongues

Acts 2:6-12 (NLT) “When they heard the loud noise, everyone came running, and they were bewildered to hear their own languages being spoken by the believers. They were completely amazed. “How can this be?” they exclaimed. “These people are all from Galilee, and yet we hear them speaking in our own native languages! Here we are—Parthians, … More Pentecost – The Church’s Need for Cultural Tongues