Celtic Spirituality is not a church. It was never formed into a unified institution. So what is it? And how can learning about it help people dispossessed of their early religious formation continue to explore their spirituality? How does this tradition of “Insular Christianity” originating in the British Isles survive without a formal religious structure? This and more is what we hope to discover in a conversation with Father Scott Jenkins. Scott holds a Master of Divinity and is a trained pastor, chaplain, and spiritual director who has served in religious, spiritual, and service communities for nearly 40 years. He is the Creative Director of Celtic Way in Denver, which according to their website is “a collaboration of people moved to bring a fresh vision to the spiritual life by nurturing a vibrant, evolving and sustainable life with God in nature.