Ruth Harvey’s fourth postcard from the listening pilgrimage on Naarm, Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung Country (Melbourne), GunaiKurnai Country (Gippsland)
‘…grant us times of
of reverie and revelation,
where pathways to peace may open wide,
and roads to reconciliation will unfold.’
Read Ruth’s third postcard from a Listening Pilgrimage.
‘Gather us in to listen deeply, share intently, understand so fully that our differences become starting points and our points of intersection become rivers of connection flowing more deeply than all that divides…’ Read Ruth’s reflection in full in the second postcard from a Listening Pilgrimage.
Volunteering on Iona could be one of the most enriching experiences that you have in life – this is certainly what many of our past volunteers tell us. Read Steve’s story to find out about his experience and then visit our volunteer page to find out all the essential information before you might apply.
‘If day one was a day of opening our hearts to the pain of the past, day two was a moment of healing amongst friends and strangers. ‘ Ruth Harvey shares reflections from the first stage of the Listening Pilgrimage in the lands now called Australia.
Join us for the Week of Prayer for World Peace – 15th– 22th October Interfaith Relations CCN and Peace CCN are collaborating with ‘Alignment: Interfaith Contemplative Practices’ (headed up by
Image: Exploring gifts from Denmark in the refectory at Iona Abbey. Staff at Iona Abbey receive lots of intangible gifts from guests. Recently a large group from Denmark stayed. They presented
Image Credit: Iona Community/ B.Forsyth The historic Iona Abbey has been recognised at the Argyll and Bute Sustainable Design Awards 2023 securing the ‘People’s Choice Award’. The awards aim to