Fireland – Cry of the Celts – Liz Fitzgibbon and Wesley Campbell

Fireland – Cry of the Celts – Liz Fitzgibbon and Wesley Campbell

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“Fireland: Cry of the Celts” was recorded live in Bangor, Ireland. Established in A.D. 555, Bangor became one of the most renowned centers of ancient Celtic Christianity. It was here that St. Comgal succeeded in planting the longest running 24-hour a day house of prayer and worship since the Tabernacle of David in Jerusalem. Using the Psalter, biblical hymns, and spiritual songs composed by the community, three thousand holy men sang and prayed responsively in continual praise and thanksgiving to God for over two hundred and fifty years. Some say that the influence of this community became the very basis of modern Western Civilization. Join Liz Fitzgibbons, Wesley Campbell, and the wild drummers known as the Balyclare Boys for an authentic Celtic worship and warfare experience recorded live at famous Bangor, Ireland. Our prayer is that as you listen to Fireland . . . , you will continue to pray for the fire of God to descend upon the cradle of Celtic Christianity – the land of Ireland, and that you, too, will be set on fire by “Fireland: The Cry of the Celts.”