In Harmony with Nature
Without Judgement of Others
‘Ancient Roots for Sacred Living’
The Centre for Celtic Spirituality is based at Emain Macha/ The Navan Centre, an historically significant and ancient place three miles from Armagh, Northern Ireland. Armagh is a very special place with a wonderful history, and is known as the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland, where the Roman Catholic and Anglican Archbishops reside.
At Emain Macha/ The Navan Centre we have a small study library, AV theatre, seminar room, cafe and shop. There is also plentiful parking for cars and coaches. Those visiting can also avail of a Living History experience and a tour of the site offered by the Armagh City and District Council staff.
Please note: Programmes offered by The Centre for Celtic Spirituality must be booked in advance, as staff are freelance and part-time.
The Centre for Celtic Spirituality is a shared charitable project and has a management committee with members from the Methodist church, the Presbyterian church, the Roman Catholic church, the Anglican church and the ‘Quakers’ or Friends. It has two freelance staff – Rev’d Grace Clunie, a Church of Ireland Priest (Anglican/Episcopal) and Rev’d Kiran Young Wimberly, a Minister of the Presbyterian Church (USA).
It’s aims are –
To share the ancient heritage of Celtic Spirituality, Armagh and Ireland (particularly the North of Ireland) with the rest of the world.
To inspire others – of all faiths and none – on their spiritual journey through the power of Celtic Spirituality.
To bring together Christian churches in a spirit of peace. respect and understanding.
The Centre for Celtic Spirituality is a not-for-profit registered charity which has peace and reconciliation at its heart.
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The Centre for Celtic Spirituality,
Emain Macha/ The Navan Centre
81, Killylea Road,