The Iona Community in Scotland’s Web Site – The Iona Community, founded in 1938 by the Rev George MacLeod, is an ecumenical Christian community of men and women from different walks of life and different traditions in the Christian church that is committed to seeking new ways of living the gospel of Jesus Christ in today’s world. The Rule of the Iona Community.
The Iona Community has partnered with Kirkridge to: provide administrative support for the NWF Board and office bearers ease communication with US Associates and Friends enable easier compliance with IRS regulations further the proposal to hold Iona Community Associates Events at Kirkridge. Kirkridge Link
Wild Goose Publications, part of the Iona Community established in the Celtic Christian tradition of St Columba, produces books on social justice, political and peace issues, holistic spirituality, healing, and innovative approaches to worship, including music (books, tapes, CDs), short drama scripts and material for personal reflection and group discussion.
Island Centres, The Iona Community run 3 residential centres on the Isle of Iona and on Mull. These are places of welcome and engagement giving a unique opportunity to live together in community with people of every background from all over the world. Weeks at the centres often follow a program related to the concerns of the Iona Community, and we invite you to come and share our life.
Programs and events you can attend at Iona. The Iona community conducts a series of events at the Island Center, that are open to the public. Daily & Weekly events are open to visitors to the Island. Worship is integral to the pattern of the day on Iona, it is a blend of the familiar and the experimental, encouraging participation, using everyday language and experience. They are committed to finding new ways to express faith and to open ourselves to God.
Isle of Iona Web Site, offers comprehensive information about accommodations, food and drink, activities, shops and transportation related to the Isle of Iona. This is a good location to use in planning a trip to the Isle.