As Ian Bradley puts it: ("The Celtic Way" Ian Bradley)
[Our Celtic Christian forebears] "did espouse quite unashamedly and unconsciously what would nowadays be called a creation-centred spirituality. The God whom they worshipped was not conceived of primarily as the Lord of history, as in so much later Western theology, but rather as the Lord of Creation, the one who has revealed himself most fully and characteristically in the wonders and splendours of the natural world. This was above all why they wanted to worship him."
Much more at http://www.bridge-house.org.uk/joomla/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=16&Itemid=29
Celtic Christianity and Quakerism http://hayquaker1.blogspot.com/2010/10/quakers-and-celtic-christianity.html
Artwork from the outstanding artist Kristen Fox at http://foxvox.imagekind.com/