A seasonal celebration of faith, culture, politics and creativity
Small is beautiful, and we hope that will be true of this year’s ColumbaFest. Modest in size, still magnificent in saintly resonance. Columba was a missionary and evangelist, titles that may now evoke embarrassment as much as inspiration. So how do we talk of the things of God, and of our meaning-making, and what if the sharing of stories is a sacred act?
Join our day of facilitated conversation, pilgrimage, artistic experimenting, worship and communal singing. Real people, food and refreshment, hospitality for body and soul.
Saturday 11th June 2022, 10.30am – 6pm.
Govan & Linthouse Parish Church, Glasgow, G51 2YL.
Please register for 11th June through EventBrite here.
10.30 Gathering with coffee
11.15 Wee Sing
12.00 Faith Journeys – sharing stories
13.30 Pilgrimage options, outdoor & indoor
15.00 Tea & scones
15.30 Considering Mission – panel & group discussion
17.00 Closing Liturgy
more details to follow
Bookstall available all day with latest publications & giveaways for participants.
We are delighted to be linking with the Iona Lecture 2022 on Friday 10th June 4pm-5.30pm (BST).
Last year many ColumbaFest friends joined us via Zoom from outside the UK, and we are glad to offer again an opportunity of being involved remotely.
Through this annual lecture the Iona Community brings to public notice the voices of people from across the globe who connect faith with action, and we are joined for this inaugural Iona Lecture by Alison Phipps, Tawona Sitholé, Gameli Tordzro, Naa Densua Tordzro, Hyab Yohannes and Hannah Thomas.
You can either join the live-stream or come in person at Glasgow University Chapel.
More details here.