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Henley Quakers proclaim the climate emergency

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As part of Henley’s Great Big Green Week, Henley Quakers had a stall in the market place on Saturday 25…

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Across purposes – ‘the Friend’ article

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Quakers have Christian roots, but a fully inclusive ethos. Bridging this tension is a challenge, which Newbury Friend Howard Grace…

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Henley Quakers’ Peace Walk

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On Tuesday 21 September, Henley Quakers marked the UN’s International Day of Peace by a Quiet Walk through the town.…

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Maidenhead welcomes new member

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Maidenhead Quakers after our Meeting for Worship on Sunday 19 September were delighted to welcome Robert Curry into membership, as…

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Global Population

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Are you concerned about over population of the planet? The fact that global population grows by a billion people every…

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Courage

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‘Be honest with yourself. What unpalatable truths might you be evading? When you recognise your shortcomings, do not let that…

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Henley Peace Tree ceremony

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Henley Quakers have given a tree to the town as a focus for peace. Henley has memorials for townsfolk who…

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Reading Meeting House, June

Returning to Meeting House on Sundays

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Naomi Iliff’s experience of returning to Reading Meeting:- “It was lovely to be back in the Meeting House. I have…

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A beacon of light in troubled Lebanon

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Brummana High School in Lebanon is a co-educational, boarding and day school and provides education from infant to secondary school.…

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Outside Newbury Meeting House, first time back May 2021

Back at Meeting House!

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On Sunday May 30th, Newbury Quakers had our first Blended Meeting. About five of us were on Zoom and ten…

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