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weeWONDERBOX is a collaboration between the Iona Community’s Programme team and the Wild Goose Resource Group, and is a series of face-to-face events, that mainly take place in central Glasgow.
You’ll find details of the 2018-19 Programme here.



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Jan, 1970

Camas Open Weeks 2019 – more weeks added!

Event Date: Jan 01, 1970

– Spring Work Week, 25th -30th March – Easter Holiday Family Week, 8th-13th April – May Garden Week, 6th-11th May – Community Kids and Local Kids Week, 29th July-3rd August – Hebridean Adventure Camp, 5th-10th August – Camas Ex-staff and Volunteers Week, 2nd-7th September – Woodland Week, 23rd-28th September – October Garden Week, 30th September- […]

Rich words and vibrant colours: Why not come and explore some poetry on Iona this Autumn?

Event Date: Jan 01, 1970

“So, the world happens twice— once what we see it as, second it legends itself deep, the way it is.” William Stafford Ripening in Wisdom: Elder Poets as Sages for the Harvest of Life 18th – 23rd October 2019 The deep vibrant colours of Iona in Autumn provide the prefect backdrop for exploring the rich […]

Jun, 2019

Wee Weekly Worship

Event Date: Jun 26, 2019

A weekly opportunity to worship @ weeWONDERBOX This session, our monthly cycle of worship will follow a set of sequential themes that many who are familiar with the Iona Community will recognise: Quiet Time Prayers for Justice & Peace Prayers for Healing Act of Commitment On months that have a fifth Wednesday, the liturgy’s theme […]

Explore the Psalms

Event Date: Jun 30, 2019

…with John Bell at Epiphany Episcopal Church, Newport, NH at a workshop from 1-5pm. Cost of $40 includes refreshments and workshop materials. Contact St. Andrew’s, New London to book a place – [email protected], 603.526.6344.

Jul, 2019

Summer Institute of Church Music

Event Date: Jul 07, 2019

7th-12th July at Trafalgar Castle School, Whitby, ON, Canada, featuring John Bell, The Summer Institute of Church Music – SICM – is Canada’s intensive week-long residential summer retreat and study program for the musicians of churches.

Llandaff and Monmouth Festival of Prayer

Event Date: Jul 13, 2019

A Day to Explore Spirituality and Prayer. John L. Bell will lead workshop sessions on ‘Shopping for Thrills or Yearning for Faith’ and ‘The Strange Silence of Biblical Women’. St. Teilo’s Church in Wales High School, Cardiff.

Revisiting the Miracles

Event Date: Jul 15, 2019

15th-17th July. Shepherds Dene Retreat House, Northumberland. Led by John L. Bell. Some people believe them, some avoid them and some say they don’t matter. But the miracles featured prominently in Jesus’ life. In discerning the differences between them, we may be able to see how they nurture rather than confuse our faith.

Where Are the Songs of Justice?

Event Date: Jul 21, 2019

Exeter Cathedral 7pm. John Bell joins us at Holy Ground and invites us to participate and sing in discovering songs that carry themes of justice – and explores why such themes are often absent from traditional hymnody and contemporary praise music. John has planned the music for our Eucharist, bringing together both familiar and fresh […]

Hymn Society Conference

Event Date: Jul 23, 2019

23rd – 25th July, Keynes College, University of Kent, Canterbury. The Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland Annual Conference. Speakers include John Bell, on ‘Whatever Happened to Jesus in the Church’s Song?’ Open to members and non members alike – if you are a non member you get one year’s free membership included in […]

Aug, 2019

Greenbelt Festival

Event Date: Aug 23, 2019

23rd – 26th August, Boughton Estate, Kettering. John L. Bell will present talks and the WGRG will lead a Big Sing at this year’s Greenbelt Festival. Greenbelt is a festival of arts, faith and justice, energised by a progressive Christian worldview, and with 19 stages, galleries, installations and outdoor performances, Greenbelt creates a festival that […]