During this retreat, Pádraig Ó Tuama will help us explore some of the lyrics and some of the life of Leonard Cohen, looking at his Jewish heritage, his appropriation of liturgy, his engagement with poetic form and his unflinching honesty in the face of a life lived with art and pain.
Tonight’s event has been cancelled. Our apologies. Conversations about Brexit, borders and belonging This series of nine gatherings uses…[Read More]
A theological reflection on migration A four-part, monthly series, enabled by Kathy Galloway, co-Leader of the Iona Community. An invitation…[Read More]
Conversations about Brexit, borders and belonging This series of nine gatherings uses the book of Ruth from the Hebrew Bible…[Read More]
The election in the USA and the referendum in the UK have dominated the news in the respective nations, torn…[Read More]
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A Montgomery Trust Lecture by John L. Bell. Studies have shown that what we sing is what we end up…[Read More]
Tonight: Wednesday 9th May: ‘On Me Too’ Lesley Orr leads us in a discussion about the Me Too movement to support…[Read More]
A monthly workshop course on music – its purpose and potential, how to use it imaginatively in congregations and much more.
Led by John L. Bell, Jane Bentley & Carol McArthur.
The course is open to all who are interested in the potential of music in the church – its importance in worship, pastoral work, and spirituality. Each evening is self-contained, so that participants may come for the whole course or specific evenings.
Saturday morning explorations and meditations on foot This is not round Iona, or Cuthbert’s Way or the Camino, but a…[Read More]