Rev Airin Wolf is an ordained Unity Minister and chaplain currently operating My Living Prayer Ministry in Portland, Maine. He works as an On Call Chaplain at Maine Medical Center. He also supports the senior minister at Unity of Greater Portland with pastoral care, spiritual counseling, and teaches classes for credit. He performs weddings and memorial services and speaks at sunday morning services in the New England region.

Spirit led, fed, and operated, he teaches others to listen to Spirit and live from the heart. His philosophy of ministry includes empowering the spiritual growth of each individual soul in a diversity oriented church that is community centered rather than minister centered.

Rev Airin’s path to ministry began 25 years ago. At that time he was inspired by Eric Butterworth, a well known Unity Minister and writer. In his writing he talks about dedicating yourself to living a life of prayer. As Airin chose to do this, it changed his life one word at a time, to one sentence, to one thought at a time. This development of a consciousness of prayer then out pictured into the life he gratefully lives.

Airin has always been active in the community wherever he has lived. He has volunteered his time with Domestic Violence Shelters, grieving children and adult programs and playing his djembe drum in music ministries. A renaissance man, he has many interests and passions. His career before ministry was working with youth in group homes and the public school system as a youth and family counselor, one to one in the classroom, substitute teacher and tutor with students of all ability and behavior levels. He is a lover of animals and plans to train his own dog to be a therapy dog. He also owned and operated his own landscaping business and renovated houses.

Rev Airin is a trained healer and maintains a writing practice. He has created two meditation CD’s with the help of friends, and combined his watercolor paintings with his poetry producing spiritual message cards. He  also published a spiritual poetry book, “Eternal Thread”. in 2015. You might also be interested in seeing these on his website: https://www.airincwolfpoetry.com/ and http://www.mylivingprayer.webnode.com


6 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Airin and Christ – ine!!
    How beautiful this blog it is, it makes me want to open up to this new media. Your words Airin are truly thought, written and expressed from your Christ center and know you will touch many other Christ centers within in your ministry.
    I love the Charles quote and will use it in our Candlelight Service this Sunday.
    And the mountains…..wow…I know I will be there some day soon.
    Blessed Christmas and Happy New You!
    love, Sharon

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