St. Brigid of Kildare

Without the sun (at its precise distance from us) there would be no life on earth. Without the tilt of our axis, there would be no seasons. These are the cosmic truths within which we have our life, our breath, our being. All that occurs within the course of a year is but an outworking of this relationship with the light of life.

Hope Horton -Reflections on the Summer Solstice.

The summer solstice invites us to celebrate the nourishing light of the Sun and The Light within each of us.

In ancient Ireland, at this time when the sun was at its most powerful it was considered a sacred time. Our ancestors built monuments (Lugh Gur and Newgrange for example) aligning with the annual phases of the sun. At this mid-summer point, we celebrate and appreciate the nourishment we and planet Earth receive from the sun.

A Celebration of Bealtaine

“Just living is not enough” said the butterfly “One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower” - Hans Christian Anderson

“A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows.” ~ St. Francis of Assisi

In our Bealtaine celebration we look forward to welcoming summer and marking May as the month of Mary.

Time:   7.30pm – 8.30pm  |    Admission:  €15   |   In-Person Event  |   Booking Essential

We invite you to join with us as we mark the Spring Equinox, a point of balance in the year’s yearly cycle.

We celebrate the aliveness and vitality that comes with spring.

 

 

Venue:  Solas Bhride Spirituality Centre

Time:   7.30pm – 9.00pm  ‖    Admission:  €15   ‖   In-Person Event  ‖   Booking Essential

Join us over three evenings for reflection, compassion practices and sharing during the Lent:

Thursday, March 14th

“If everything around seems dark, look again, you may be the light.” Rumi

Yeshua says: If they say to you:
‘Where do you come from?’                                
say to them: ‘We come from the Light.

Admission for each session €5.00

 

Join us over three evenings for reflection, compassion practices and sharing during the Lent:

Thursday, March 7th

“If everything around seems dark, look again, you may be the light.” Rumi

Yeshua says: If they say to you:
‘Where do you come from?’                                
say to them: ‘We come from the Light.

Admission for each session €5.00

 

Join us over three evenings for reflection, compassion practices and sharing during the Lent:

Thursday, February 29th 

“If everything around seems dark, look again, you may be the light.” Rumi

Yeshua says: If they say to you:
‘Where do you come from?’                                
say to them: ‘We come from the Light.

Admission for each session €5.00

 

Bring joy and harmony to your mind, body and heart. Easy steps to beautiful music guided by Terry Hennessy and Betty White.

Circle dancing is an ancient tradition common to many cultures.  It formed part of special occasions and rituals.

Sacred dance helps bring about harmony between body, mind and spirit and creates a real sense of belonging and a feeling of togetherness. Dancing in a circle to beautiful music helps to develop a sense of community and offers moments of stillness, peace and healing for ourselves, our families, and our planet.


Bring joy and harmony to your mind, body and heart. Easy steps to beautiful music guided by Terry Hennessy and Betty White.

Circle dancing is an ancient tradition common to many cultures.  It formed part of special occasions and rituals.

Sacred dance helps bring about harmony between body, mind and spirit and creates a real sense of belonging and a feeling of togetherness. Dancing in a circle to beautiful music helps to develop a sense of community and offers moments of stillness, peace and healing for ourselves, our families, and our planet.


Bring joy and harmony to your mind, body and heart. Easy steps to beautiful music guided by Terry Hennessy and Betty White.

Circle dancing is an ancient tradition common to many cultures.  It formed part of special occasions and rituals.

Sacred dance helps bring about harmony between body, mind and spirit and creates a real sense of belonging and a feeling of togetherness. Dancing in a circle to beautiful music helps to develop a sense of community and offers moments of stillness, peace and healing for ourselves, our families, and our planet.


Bring joy and harmony to your mind, body and heart. Easy steps to beautiful music guided by Terry Hennessy and Betty White.

Circle dancing is an ancient tradition common to many cultures.  It formed part of special occasions and rituals.

Sacred dance helps bring about harmony between body, mind and spirit and creates a real sense of belonging and a feeling of togetherness. Dancing in a circle to beautiful music helps to develop a sense of community and offers moments of stillness, peace and healing for ourselves, our families, and our planet.