The Wild Goose Resource Group (WGRG) exists to enable and equip congregations and clergy in the shaping and creation of new forms of worship that are relevant, contextual and participatory.

The group is a project of the Iona Community, consisting of John L. Bell and Jo Love (Resource Workers) and Gail Ullrich (Administrator). We were founded over 30 years ago by John L. Bell and the late Graham Maule.

We work in the UK and throughout the world leading workshops, conferences and worship. We also create and publish songs, liturgies and recordings, often in collaboration with the Wild Goose Collective, an ad hoc gathering of our musical friends.

Our work brings curiosity and creativity, exploration and perception, to liturgy and worship, music and song, prayer and politics, engagement and devotion.

For more information, have a wee swatch at our About and Help & FAQs pages.

Other activities and aspects of our work you might be interested in …

 

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our Glasgow-based programme of events.  More info

 

Other Wild Goose events

… in Scotland and further afield.  More info

 

 

Our publications

Wild Goose song & liturgy titles.  More info

 

 


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