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What Quakers say:

What Quakers say:

 

True religion leads to respect for the earth and all life upon it.

 

We have only one earth.

 

There is something sacred in all people.

 

Each person is unique and precious.

 

 

 

All people are equal.

 

We meet in silence to discover a deeper sense of spiritual presence.

 

 

Quakers believe in simplicity, sustainability, peace, truth and equality.

What Quakers say:

 

The new initiative by Britain Yearly Meeting gives Friends the chance to think and talk about what

'New Economics' is all about .  

Discussions will also be held monthly at the Meeting House after Meeting.

 

There is a Notices Link on the Calendar page.

KeepandShare.com(R) Calendar Planner

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or email details of your event to info@shrewsburyquakers.org.uk

Check out our library catalogue

for books you will love to read:

 

 

SHREWSBURY QUAKER MEETING LIBRARY CATALOGUE%2c 2014 - locked (Joan Mowl) (Joan Mowl).xlsx

 

Here’s a link to the newsletter.

 

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The Light Group

See the Calendar for dates

 

An Experiment with Light Group is meeting once a month, on a Thursday evening in the Library at Shrewsbury Quaker Meeting House.  Arrive between 7.15 and 7.30 pm - doors are locked at 7.30pm to avoid interruptions.  For about an hour we mind the Light, open ourselves to the Light, wait in the Light and submit to the Light under the guidance of a meditation practice designed by Rex Ambler in 1996 based on early Friends’ writings.  For more information people can visit the Experiment with Light web site:

www.experiment-with-light.org.uk and https://www.facebook.com/Experiment with light

The meditation practice is available for download from the web site and/or purchase from Friends’ House in London.

All are welcome.

Please contact angeladunhill@gmail.com     01743 246574    for further information and dates.

 

We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time.

T.S. Eliot -- "Little Gidding" (the last of his Four Quartets)

 


 Walk cheerfully over the world, answering that of
god in everyone.

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