Cead Mile Failte! 

"One Hundred Thousand Welcomes"

Our story is simple. We have chosen to be followers of Jesus and model our journey based upon the life and example of Patrick of Ireland. His love of music, people, creativity, storytelling, and simplicity echoed clearly the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. Organized religion and structures can often obscure the person and work of Jesus and cause division. We remain intentionally uncomplicated in how we live out our faith in order to demonstrate that Christianity - at its very essence - is about a relationship, not a religion. Jesus’ simple invitation of, “Come follow me,” forms the heart of our passion and approach. Folowing Him in our daily lives fills us with purpose, joy, hope, provision, and peace. Thanks for visiting our site. Take this as your invitation to join us in the journey. Rath de ort! (The grace of God be with you!).  

Current Series: INCIPIENS (Beginnings)

We begin 2016 with a new series entitled: Incipiens, which is the Latin word for Beginnings. The text upon which we will draw for this series is the Book of Acts, or more properly, The Acts of the Apostles. My hope is that as we pause for a season and study the foundations of the New Testament Church, we will come away both inspired and challenged. I have a profound belief that our God does not change - He is the same yesterday, today and forever. I also believe that He loves His people - His church - every bit as much as He loved the early church. With those beliefs comes the great hope that God will do again, in our time, what He did a couple of thousand years ago in the formative years of the church. This will be a verse by verse study of the Book of Acts, so I encourage you to pack your Bible as we unpack the text!

 [More on the Incipiens Series]


Upcoming Event: The Durango Celtic Festival

March 8-11, 2018 at the Henry Strater Theatre 

2016 DCF logo master

For more info, please visit: www.durangocelticfestival.com

The Durango Celtic Festival is brought to you by Patrick Crossing and the Durango Celtic Society. 

© Patrick Crossing 2015