The Centre for Celtic Spirituality

Pilgrimage to Ireland


God be with thee in every pass,

Jesus be with thee on every hill,

Spirit be with thee on every stream

Headland and ridge and lawn;

Each sea and land, each moor and meadow,

Each lying down, each rising up,

In the trough of the waves, on the crest of the billows,

Each step of the journey thou goest.

- Carmina Gadelica


The Centre for Celtic Spirituality doesn’t organise international pilgrimages. However, the Freelance Pilgrimage Director, Reverend Kiran Young Wimberly, based in Jersey U.S.A. – in partnership with an Irish Travel Company called ‘Celtic Footstep’ - facilitates pilgrimages which may include some of the following featured Destinations:

Ancient City of Armagh

Navan Centre

St Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral, Armagh

St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, Armagh

Glendalough Monastic City

Monasterboice Celtic Crosses

Dromantine Retreat and Conference Centre


Strangford Lough


Saul Church


Mount Slemish

Corrymeela Community

The Giant’s Causeway




Aran Islands

Croagh Patrick

As a part of your journey you will:

- Learn about the ancient Christianity that began in Ireland in the 4th century during the time of Patrick

- Pray and worship in inspiring and sacred places

- Encounter people living out their faith in Ireland today

- Be challenged and inspired in your own faith journey


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Pilgrimage and Faith

The Celtic Christians believed that Christ walks with us on pilgrimage journeys, and that Christ is present also in those whom we encounter along the way. They also believed in ‘thin places,’ where there is but a thin veil between heaven and earth.  As you journey in Ireland, may you be inspired by the ancient gifts of Celtic Spirituality and the modern witness of those doing the work of Peace and Reconciliation today. May you take a step outside your world and return refreshed and renewed, inspired to live your faith in a new and powerful way.

For more information on pilgrimages contact Rev’d Kiran Young Wimberly at

Bless to me, O God,

The earth beneath my foot.

Bless to me, O God,

The path whereon I go.

I on Thy path, O God,

Thou O God, in my steps.

- Carmina Gadelica