Celebration with Sacred Song
September 24 - September 27TBC
Bringing more love and joy into the world
With Chloe Greenwood
“Once upon a time, when women were birds,
there was the simple understanding that
to sing at dawn and to sing at dusk
was to heal the world through joy.
The birds still remember
what we have forgotten,
that the world is meant to be
~Terry Tempest Williams
Along with guitar and drums Chloe brings songs honouring and celebrating the earth and all of life from many traditions.
Together we will dive into these beautiful songs, both new and ancient and will embody joy and peace in celebration of life. There will be time for walking at the beach and on the hills and bountiful landscape of the majestic Donegal. We will prepare food and eat together – food cost included in your ticket price. We will sing and gather around the Song House fire pit and we will engage in sacred ceremony together. You are welcome to bring your own songs and instruments, poetry and stories for a celebration evening. Upon arrival on the Friday evening, there will be a simple and nourishing evening meal prepared for you before we gather in the Song room for our first evening of Sacred Song.
The songs that are included have been freely shared by their respective traditions or are written by contemporary musicians who have shared their material. All songs will be held in a sacred manner with respect, honouring, reverence and gratitude for their origins.
The cost to the following weekend will range between €250 to €400 depending on how many campers, individuals and people travelling and sharing rooms together there will be. So that we can have a better idea – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest and whether you might be travelling with others, happy to share and or seeking a single room or a camp space.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.
Chloe is an Interfaith Minister, who sees all religious traditions as expressions of humanity’s longing for and relationship with that which is greater than ourselves, “The One” and that each tradition carries centuries of accumulated wisdom. She was part of the New Findhorn Association for five years, she is a Taize leader and is involved in the Dances of Universal Peace movement. She offers song and dance events with songs from all traditions. www.onespiritinterfaithministers.com/chloe-greenwood