One of the great privileges in my role as Leader is the opportunity to meet with Members locally, to come to learn about your passions and your concerns, and your
Iona Community Leader Ruth Harvey reflects on living Rule 4 of the Community and the symbols of our spirituality. Karine Polwart, Julie Fowlis and others have done a remarkable thing.
Interfaith pilgrimage on Iona Representatives from Scotland’s Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Hindu, Baha’i and Buddhist communities travelled to Iona for a three-day pilgrimage in September. The pilgrimage marked the 20th
Iona Community at the 11th World Council of Churches Assembly Iona Community members, associates, friends and staff from across the world attended the Assembly of the World Council of Churches
Associates Week 2022: Journeying Together 15 to 21 October Led by Caitlin Wakefield and Lesley Thomson Join Caitlin Wakefield, Membership Manager, for a week exploring our faith journeys and what
Iona Community Leader, Ruth Harvey, reflects on stillness, rest and peace-making. Is stillness the same as silence? John Punshon, in his powerful book ‘Encounter with Silence’ talks of finding the