Worship, music and learning inspired by Celtic music, prayers and traditions

Almost every month on Sunday at 7:00 p.m., St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church welcomes everyone — from parishioners to local residents, college students, retirees, and visitors to N. Georgia — to a 45-minute Celtic Worship Service in Dahlonega. The casual service features live musicians playing Celtic and traditional Appalachian music, readings of the Psalms, a meditative lighting of the candles, a brief reflection and friendly hospitality afterward. The service is behind the church in the garden, weather permitting. On rainy, cold or sweltering evenings, we are inside.

We will gather for Vespers again on Sunday, December 5, at 7:00 p.m. Most likely we will be inside due to chilly weather. However, if we are able to be in the garden, it will be lit. Watch the Weekly E-News for more details. We look forward to seeing you!

Dates in 2021: June 27, July 25, August 29, September 26 and October 24, and December 5, 2021.

Read the first Dahlonega Nugget’s article on St. Elizabeth’s Celtic Worship, that was then followed by this article.

Please keep up with our Celtic worship opportunities by checking this page and following us on Facebook.

Enjoy Celtic music performed by the musicians who play live at the service
Another Celtic piece from the musicians