The spirituality of gospel music is adapted towards the music traditions from the Celtic isles by Eden’s Bridge. Based on business lead vocalist Sarah Lacy, the group’s objective would be to “compose honest lyrics that talk to our holy God and present Him compliment.” The first albums by Eden’s Bridge — Celtic Psalms and Celtic Worship — had been the very first Celtic albums shown at the top 100 Christian Albums graphs published by Billboard. In 1998, Eden’s Bridge released three albums: Celtic Praise, Celtic Worship, Quantity II and Celtic Xmas. Furthermore to Lacy, Eden’s Bridge features David Parrot (six- and 12-string acoustic and electrical guitars, brush electric guitar, cittern, fretless bass and support vocals), Richard Lacy (piano, keyboards, Hammond body organ, bodhran [tippered and brushed], rainsticks, shakers, Jude’s chime, finger cymbals, support vocals, tambourine and round blade noticed) and Jon Huge (four- and five-string fretted and fretless basses). Guests on the albums possess included Terl Bryant (Sonor drums, Zildjian cymbals, Burma bell, little bells, chimes, spanner chimes, ganzas, tambourine, tambourims, pandeiro, cowbells, jam blocks, shakers, multi guiro, chick-chock, Malachy Bodhran [tippered and brushed], zil-bel, caxixi, shell chimes, dholak and globe plates), Troy Donockley (low whistles, Uillean pipes and tin whistle), Simon Goodall (extra support vocals) and Simon Hardwood (tin whistle).