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Fiction

Lost People

Margaret Elphinstone £8.99

A new short novel from one of Scotland's renowned writers. In a fractured dystopic future, the child Rue finds solace in the garden of a mysterious community … 'A gem-like wisdom-tale of perfect clarity and depth.'

Neil Paynter (ed) £10.99

Daily readings, prayers and meditations for Holy Week, from Iona Community members, associates and friends, with an additional resource section of poems, prayers and reflections.

Lent & Easter

Embody Lent

Pauline Steenbergen £10.99

A practical course for embodying the season of Lent through the intersection of classical Hatha Yoga practice and Christian spirituality. The eight sessions can be practised on a chair only or on an exercise mat.

Advent & Christmas

In This Season of Waiting

Thom M Shuman £8.99

Publication October 26th. Daily scripture readings, poetic reflections, and candle-lighting prayers for Advent, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

The Iona Community £12.99

Iona Community worship resources for Lent, Holy Week, Advent, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, weddings, funerals, International Women’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Pentecost, St Benedict’s Day, and much more.

Meditations & Reflections

Hold On, Let Go

Malcolm Doney & Martin Wroe £9.99

Inspiring and often humorous reflections on how to live a good life - especially in the small moments. It's about keeping your feet on this sacred earth. And taking wing. At the same time.

Issues & Inspirations

This Is Who We Are

Kathy Galloway £10.99

A social, political and economic perspective on the history of Lowland Scotland through one family's story. They were 'both bystanders and participants in wars, religious conflicts and huge economic and social developments, and in changing class and gender roles.' Pertinent to the current debate about Scotland’s relationship in and to the United Kingdom and in the aftermath of Brexit.

Anja Jardine £16.99

This full colour cookbook from Iona Abbey Kitchen includes (often with vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free alternatives) soups, salads, numerous vegetarian main courses, fish and seafood, meat, sandwich spreads, bread, sweet treats, drinks and – as many Abbey guests will affirm – the best porridge ever.

Rebeka Maples £9.99

Inspiration for each day of Lent, Holy Week, Advent, Christmas and beyond, including short passages from scripture, reflective poems, suggestions for meditation or action, and short prayers.

Neil Paynter (ed) £10.99

Liturgical and practical resources from Iona Community members, friends and others designed to create more awareness and understanding about mental health.

Meditations & Reflections

Wintersong

Joy Mead £7.99

Poems written during an emotional time of absence and loss. Out of the shadows, the darkness, and often the injustice, the need to lament and mourn goes hand in hand with the special significance of small moments and ordinary occasions.

Advent & Christmas

In God’s Time

Jan Sutch Pickard (ed) £7.99

An Advent Calendar with a difference – in the form of a book. Instead of cardboard cut-outs the ‘windows’ we open are word-pictures and stories from the Land called Holy. Readers can respond with prayer.

Healing

Soul Art

Shaeron Caton Rose £10.99

A practical leader’s guide to delivering art and wellbeing sessions to the community. 'This is a daring book. It dares us to help people engage with the deep spirituality that comes from getting your hands dirty. Art is not just an ‘add on’ to life. It is essential to helping us articulate where we came from, who we are and who we hope to be.'

Meditations & Reflections

Julian of Norwich’s Teabag

Martin Wroe £9.99

Poems and prayers from morning to night, the title poem inspired by an insight of Julian of Norwich. From the first cup of tea in the morning as the recycling lorry trundles down the street to those final random thoughts before we drop off at night. As the children grow up and someone we love dies; as we rage against life and love brings us home.

Issues & Inspirations

Dignity, Agency, Power

Church Action on Poverty £14.99

Poverty robs people of their dignity, agency and power. Church Action on Poverty and its partners work to build a movement in which people and communities can reclaim those essential aspects of life. This anthology of stories, prayers, reflections and liturgy is published to coincide with the organisation’s 40th anniversary and to inspire continuing work towards those ends.

John Bell & Wild Goose Resource Group

The Long and the Short of It

John L Bell £9.99

From a black Jesus to a great lake of beer; the Highland clearances to Protestant iconoclasm; the pandemic to paedophilia … just a sample of the wide-ranging issues covered in this collection of short broadcast pieces and longer festival seminars. And through them all – faith, hope, life and love.

Care For Creation

Caring for Creation Together

Emma Major £9.99

This series of 40 full-colour visionary paintings, poems and reflections highlighting issues of climate justice and asking ‘How can we bring about positive change together?’ was first shown at COP26 by Tearfund. It can be used in a reading or action group, in church worship or for personal contemplation.

Rachel McCann (ed) £14.99

A celebration of Camas, the Iona Community’s outdoor activity centre on the Isle of Mull. With its emphasis on creativity, connection with nature, community and outdoor spirituality, Camas has enriched and inspired the lives of many young people and adults, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Lent & Easter

The Road Chosen

Janet Killeen £8.99

Poems, stories and reflections for Holy Week, using a variety of perspectives to get close to its events as Jesus unflinchingly walked the road that he had chosen.

Kathy Galloway & Katharine M Preston £14.99

For celebrating Creationtide mindfully in an age of environmental emergency, resources from the Iona Community’s Common Concern Network on the Environment.

Prayer & Worship

Autumn

Ruth Burgess £14.99

A liturgical resource book for August, September and October which includes prayers, responses, stories, poems, liturgies, songs, reflections, scripts and monologues.

Pat Bennett £8.99

A collection of contemporary hymns for services of commitment, communion, justice and peace, and healing; for weddings, confirmations, funerals and memorial services; and for the seasons of Advent and Christmas, Holy Week and Easter. Special offer: get the PDF e-book version for £2 when you buy it with the print version.

Meditations & Reflections

Refugees from Eden

Rosemary Power £8.99

Reflections, poems, prayers and other liturgical resources written by those supporting refugees in their communities and by refugees themselves. Reflects on the Christian requirement to act justly and deal rightly with the stranger in our midst, seeking the face of Christ in each person.

John Bell & Wild Goose Resource Group

This is God’s World (songbook)

John L Bell £9.99

From John L Bell and the Wild Goose Resource Group, 19 new songs that are singable, road tested and gutsy. Special offer: Get the PDF e-book version for £2 when you buy it together with this version.

James Harpur £7.99

Delicate lyric poems inspired by stories of St Columba and the island of Iona. Redolent of an age of wonder in which the natural world and the elements were perceived to be in harmony with the divine.

Tom Gordon £9.99

Reassurance for those living with loss. How to help people cope with bereavement, and adapt to the change and challenge of the losses in their lives.

Books

Columba

Ian Bradley £9.99

An updated and revised version of Ian Bradley's acclaimed biography of Columba, which examines Columba's character, life and achievements and explores the key themes of Columban Christianity – politics, penitence and pilgrimage.

Lent & Easter

Love is Never Done

Neil Paynter £10.99

Daily reflections and resources for Holy Week from members, associates and friends of the Iona Community.

Thom M Shuman £8.99

Morning and evening liturgies for a time of lockdown and beyond.

Issues & Inspirations

Standing on Our Stories

Susan Dale £10.99

A book of personal stories exploring how Iona Community members live out the commitment to justice, peace and wholeness which is part of the community Rule. It tells of extraordinary actions from ordinary folk as they campaign, offer hospitality and stand alongside those on the margins of society.