Welcome

A Presbyterian minister and Spiritual Director; an American, living on the north coast of Ireland; a musician, podcaster, writer

Email me at revkiran@gmail.com

Hello! I’m Kiran Young Wimberly

I’d love to connect with you. Below are some of the ways to connect with me and others of like mind

Connect through my Newsletter

Sign up to receive monthly or weekly reflections from me on spirituality and daily life, and updates about upcoming events

Connect through the Bless My Feet Community

Become a member of an online community interested in the connections between spirituality and daily life and receive weekly Spiritual Direction reflections and prompts in your inbox

Connect through One to One Spiritual Direction

How’s your spirit? How are you, how have you been, and how are you being led into whatever’s ahead? Send me an email at revkiran@gmail.com and we’ll set up an initial session to explore the possibilities

Connect through Events

Workshops, retreats, in person and online events, pilgrimages, author talks to facilitate our learning and growth as we walk the spiritual journey together. Events will be announced on this website and in the monthly newsletter.

Upcoming retreats for 2022

Pilgrimage in Ireland 2023

Connect through Speaking Engagements

I’d be delighted to connect with your community through preaching, speaking, workshops, quiet days or retreats. Please get in contact with me and we’ll see what’s possible.

Connect through Music

Along with my dear friends the McGraths of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, we perform Celtic Psalms (our arrangements of Psalms set to Celtic melodies) in a variety of settings, across denominations, in religious or secular venues. We do concerts and music for workshops, worship services, retreats, or fundraisers. If you’d like to include our music in your community, get in contact and we’ll make a plan!

My Creative Projects…

Music
Celtic Psalms: Psalms set to Celtic melodies, sung with the McGrath family of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. See our website for more information.

Podcast
Psalms for the Spirit : a podcast about spirituality and resilience, through the lens of the Biblical Psalms. Check them out on the podcast website.

Writing
Bless My Feet about spirituality and the everyday walk. Sign up here to receive a monthly reflection from me, directly to your email inbox, or weekly reflections when you join the member’s community.

Latest Posts

Psalms for the Spirit Ep. 19: Persistence as a Sign of Deep Faith, with Munther Isaac

Today’s guest is Peace Lee – spiritual director, preacher, and educator on decolonial and feminist perspectives. In this conversation, we reconnect over our mutual love for the Psalms: how they can be imprinted on our hearts and come to us when we need them most, how we can read them afresh as we consider new language for them, the importance of lament in finding healing and wholeness, and how the Psalms can nourish us in building a more just and equitable world.

Finding Stillness

The fact that I never wrote a February newsletter reveals how busy this last month has been for me. After periods of slowness and waiting, everything happened at once, in one full month.  In the midst of that busyness – and probably because I needed it rather desperately – I found stillness again.  Without myContinue reading “Finding Stillness”

Ride the Waves

A few days ago, while sea swimming in freezing water with the wind whipping across our faces, a friend and I compared notes.  Already, it’s been a start-stop kind of a year. We entered the first week of January, ready to face it head-on. And then, a few days later… crash. Things were being canceled.Continue reading “Ride the Waves”

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