December 2020 Opening Hours

Thursday 10th10.30am - 4.00pm(closed for lunch 1.00pm - 2.00pm)
Friday 11th10.30am - 4.00pm(closed for lunch 1.00pm - 2.00pm)
Monday 14thCLOSED
Tuesday 15thCLOSED
Wednesday 16th10.30am - 4.00pm(closed for lunch 1.00pm - 2.00pm)
Thursday 17th10.30am - 4.00pm(closed for lunch 1.00pm - 2.00pm)
Friday 18th December -
Friday 8th January 2021
(January 2021 hours to be advised)

To protect our customers and staff at this time COVID-19 guidelines will be in place. Thank you for your co-operation and understanding.

SHOP NOW at the Iona Community Shop!
Although the shop is closed over Christmas and you can still order some of your favourite things by emailing Lyn at [email protected].
We hope to have an online shop for you to browse, but in the meantime, the shop staff will be posting catalogues in this space, starting with a catalogue of our 2021 calendars.
The shop will be closed from the 18th December until January 7th but if you act quickly, you could have something sailing towards you by the end of next week – VIEW THE CALENDAR CATALOGUE NOW!

The Iona Community is an ecumenical Christian community working for peace and social justice, the rebuilding of community and the renewal of worship. Our literature, crafts and other products reflect this ethos.

We, therefore, take great care to source our products from a range of small family-run businesses, local where possible, and fair trade organisations.

We hold a core range of excellent books that include the Iona Abbey Worship Book, Wild Goose Publications (and music), Scottish history, geography and literature, and children’s books, along with Celtic jewellery, sacramental items, pilgrimage guides, clothing, maps and cards.

All profits benefit the work we do on Iona, Mull and the wider community.

The Iona Community Shop is located just across the road from the Iona Abbey, within the Welcome Centre building at the top of the rise, and is well-signposted. We look forward to welcoming you soon. We also sell hot and cold drinks, snacks and the famous Iona Abbey Bread and home-baking.

In 2014 the Scottish Government introduced a requirement to charge for bags. As part of our commitment to action for justice and peace and care for the environment, we fully support this requirement. The net proceeds of this charge are directed to our Access Fund.



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