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“Hearts and minds prepared” is a twelve session course for small groups developed by the Quaker Study Centre at Woodbrooke, UK. The aim of the course is to deepen participants’ understanding of our Quaker heritage, the fundamental principles of Quaker … Continue reading
Elders pack (doc 58kb) Barbara Rautman Silent or reflective retreats by negotiation.
In essence, Quaker Quest is a series of public open meetings on Quaker topics. The sessions follow a lively format which engages those attending intently for two hours. During each session three Friends speak briefly from the heart about the … Continue reading
MfL reflections Some past participants in the Meeting for Learning retreats have reflected on that experience. If you have taken part in the Meeting For Learning program and are willing to share your reflections on that experience, please send them … Continue reading
MfL projects Some of the projects completed by MfL participants.
Copies of Engaging with the Quaker Testimonies: a Tookit are available for loan. Please contact Julie Webb (email@example.com or 08 8261 561).
Why would a couple with a satisfactory relationship want to attend a Couple Enrichment workshop? “Our relationship is OK. Why fix it?” you might say. But a couple relationship doesn’t remain static. It is always changing. Taken for granted, it … Continue reading
As is usual, I had a local support group encouraging and questioning me with my project about the Conversations with God books. At one point they wanted to know what I believed that made me so interested in that series. … Continue reading
One of the activities in Quaker Basics invites participants to reflect on their experience of engaging with the QB course. Here are links to some of those reflections. If you have completed your reflections on QB and are willing to … Continue reading
Mary Harris’s ministry in meeting was a weekly treasure. Not only because of her magnificent Scottish lilt, but because of the poetry she shared. She inspired many an attender to purchase that poetry to read more – Tagore, John Masefield, … Continue reading