Rev. Amy Firth
My name is Amy Firth & I am an Aussie-born London based Interfaith Minister, spiritual counsellor, singer/songwriter & corporate-hippy.
From ceremony to campaigns to choirs to counselling - I seek to be of service in many ways, but consistent throughout is my fierce love of words, music, community, connection and the brutal/beautiful mess that is life.
My personal path of faith has taken many twists and turns over the years yet I remain deeply curious - devoted to the spiritual path and being of service to the world. Since 2010 I have been an active member of the Triratna Sangha at the London Buddhist Centre. I’m also a proud member of the LGBTQI community.
LOCATION: Greater London
AVAILABLE FOR: Ceremony / Ritual, Spiritual Counselling
MORE INFO: www.amyfirth.com
ROSIM member since: 2016
"Amy is wonderful... She took the time to understand both of us, both separately and together - who we were and what makes us tick. Her own openness encouraged us to be open, and the seriousness with which she treated us, our values, concerns and hopes allowed us to delve all the deeper into what our marriage would mean to us.
Together, we crafted a ceremony that was at once intensely personal to us, but that also drew in and gave space to our congregation. Even those more sceptical about 'all this hippy nonsense', including Caroline's mum who is a practising christian, were absolutely reassured and won over by how sacred the ceremony was.
The language Amy chose and the way she spoke to us and to everyone there, meant that we were all completely present to take part in the ritual of marriage. And our marriage will be all the stronger for Amy's skills in uncovering and exploring what we understood and wanted from it. She made us feel as prepared as we can be for this next stage of our lives..."
"Rev. Amy Firth created a beautiful naming ceremony for our first daughter. We really valued the way she took the time to get to know us and our family values to write a ceremony perfectly tailored to us. We also loved the delivery.
She spoke passionately and honestly with gravitas; engaging even the very little ones. The ceremony was received well by all our guests who come from a variety of backgrounds and who have differing beliefs."
- Lucy & Toby - London, 2017
"My husband is Irish Catholic and myself atheist. Amy delivered us a respectful non-religious ceremony that beautifully acknowledged the religious background of the grooms family - they felt it was beautiful and to us that was really important.
So often I hear people say their wedding ceremony was a blur and that it was over before they knew what was happening. Amy had us hanging on every moment, conscious and present within the heady dreamscape of our own wedding.
We took in every moment because of the way Amy spoke to us and through us."
- Sasha, Sydney