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01 February 2013 a post by Simon Marshall. 2 comments.

The Hidden Light - Poems for Imbolc and Candlemas

The beginning of February brings the celebration of the Celtic festival of Imbolc, which coincides with Brigid's Day and the Christian festival of Candlemas. Imbolc marks the coming of Spring, the warming of the earth and the still-hidden possibility of new growth. Brigid (Bree-heed) is associated with everlasting fire, and with the abundance of the natural world at springtime. She is also said to be the mid-wife of Christ, just as the season of Imbolc is thought of as the 'mid-wifing' of the year. More ...

01 February 2012 a post by Ian Adams. 0 comments.

lighting fires - Imbolc and Candlemas

Time to light a candle, time to light a fire. More ...

01 February 2012 a post by Steve Hollinghurst. 0 comments.

Reflections and rituals for Imbolc

Reflections and rituals for Imbolc 1st February and it’s season - The season of simplicity – Spring: the season of awakening. Also the feast of St Brigid and the festival of Candlemas More ...

Forest Church Tweets

greening_the:
GTL is going to Grinton this afternoon to explore #ForestChurch. Is this something that you have been involved with?
13 Apr

Tretheglos:
I am going to have to find out the names for our native trees in #Cornish. #Kernewek #ForestChurch theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
4 Apr

Tretheglos:
I'm feeling the need to "return to my trees". Night all x #Welsh #Celtic #ForestChurch pic.twitter.com/YIqMglX50w
2 Apr