Monthly sharing group at Sutton mh, 7.30 - 9.30pm. Eleri Pengelly, a Purley Friend
who recently retired as a senior civil servant in the Cabinet Office, will speak about
"Influences between decision makers and the general public/individuals."
Monday 27 March: Feeding the Darkness
'Art Thou in Darkness? Mind it not for if thou dost, it will fill thee more...' James Nayler
(17th century Quaker)18:30 to 20:00. Here is your chance to see this important production at Friends House,
if you have missed it elsewhere. It starts at 18.30 with hot drinks available from 18.00,
is followed by a short discussion, and should finish at about 20.00. No charge for entry,
but a retiring collection. Organised by
Q-cat (Quaker Concern for the
Abolition of Torture.
Saturday 1 April: Forced Migration - a London Quakers day conference
Friends House 10:00 to 16:30. Escaping the mouth of the shark: how to help forced migrants.
Saturday 8 April: The Art of Vocal Ministry
The Kindlers: 10:00 to 16:30, Friends House. Led by Val Rowling and Steve Tilley.
Speaking out of silent worship is unique in the sea of faiths. This day will
examine its origins, purpose, practice and how it is nurtured by discernment.
10.0 refreshments for 10.30 am start – 4.30 tea for 5.0 pm finish
Workshops will be participatory with input, group-work and worship.
Saturday 13 May: What does Love require of us?
10:00 to 16:30 at Friends House.
The Kindlers' last of five Spring 2017 Saturday workshops in London.
An invitation to let our lives speak, to show our light, use our gifts to heal,
and witness to compassion. Launch of booklet: Love's Requirements.
Led by David and Rosemary Brown. 10.0 refreshments fort 10.30 am start –
4.30 tea for 5.0 pm finish. Workshops will be participatory with input, group-work and worship.