The Celtic Episcopal Church eStore
Here is the place where you can obtain a copy or more of our new Book of Services; several of our Logo Lapel Pins, Ballpoint pens, and our Logo Embroidered Patch. Just a click away, you can start buying using the well established Pay Pal Method which is totally secure for making credit card purchases. Please notice the alternatives available for shipping.
Now, if you are a member, clergy, or monastic of TCEC, we are offering special pricing, so e-mail Archbishop Mark using the Contact Form Page for those prices plus shipping information.
Archbishop Marks Blog
I have taken the time to address various questions posed to me concerning topics of interest to those who have seen our site and might be interested in who we are and what we believe. I have taken the time to craft some documents explaining for instance the use of the word "Episcopal" in our name and so on. Give my Blog a visit, make a comment, and ask a question. I will do my best to give you a prayerful and factual answer. Blessings!
Celtic Ogam In West Virginia
This is a great place to start on the journey toward gathering information concerning the exciting archeological discovery of ancient Irish Ogam writing on rock formations in various locations within the United States of America. http://www.freewebs.com/doxa/celticmonks.htm
American Family Online
The polital environment today is moving rapidly in the direction to censure the voice of the Christian Church. The American Family Association is keeping an eye on the activities of Congress, the Cabinate of the Executive Branch, and special interest groups who are working feverishly to denegrate the principles of the Bible and the Christian manner of life that is pleasing to God. Go the the American Family Online website to be well informed.
The AFA has prepared a voter's guide for the November 2008 Presidential election. If you're interested in a comparison of what the candidates support click here.
TCEC FTP Site (Requires Login)
This link takes the visitor to The Celtic Episcopal Church FTP (File Transfer Protocol) web site where you can download our liturgies, various certificates, graphics, and other helpful documents. The documents are in the Adobe Acrobat format. This site is restricted to the clergy of The Celtic Episcopal Church. Cannot recall how to Login, send me an email, and I will send it to you. Archbishop Mark for Login Info
Vote Smart Web Site
Want to find out about the people who are running for office? Their voting record in Congress, bills they support, where they stand on the issues? This site is very helpful. Be smart and then Vote!
Wooden Celt Creations
This is the website that represents the business of one of our members, who is a master craftsman who works predominately in wood, and who can hand make nearly all the items needed to properly vest the sanctuary of a church. He can make all manner of altars, some of which can be taken down and transported, credence tables, bishops throne, Croziers, Tabernacles, wall crosses, and he is particularly gifted in the hand carving of Celtic designs particularly knot work in the ancient Celtic fashion as well as that of the Vikings. His prices are quite moderate compared to that which you would have to pay if you had to acquire these items through some retail religious supply outlet. If you are interested, please send an e-mail with contact information to Mr. Greggory Shafer using the following e-mail: Artist.