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Field with white and red poppies growing together

Remembrance at Henley

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A delegation from Henley Quakers, wearing both red and white poppies, attended the service of remembrance in the market place…

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Climate crisis protests

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Quakers from the Mid Thames area took part in Extinction Rebellion protests in London over the past two weeks, highlighting…

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Interfaith week reception

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Come and share food and thoughts about the theme: “Can our faith or spirituality bring us into a healthier relationship…

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Eyewitness stories from the West Bank and Israel

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Henley Quakers’ annual peace talk was held on 12 November. Some 25 people (Quakers, Henley townspeople and some from further…

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Angela, Quaker chaplain to Reading University, serves vegetarian chilli to students

Quakers welcome new Reading Uni students

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It’s been a busy start to the new academic year at the University of Reading Chaplaincy. The team of Chaplains…

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How are we tackling climate change?

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Read our 2018 sustainability report to find out what Mid Thames Quakers are doing to tackle climate change and other…

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Three Reading Quakers having a chat in our Meeting room

Quaker stories

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Quakers from Reading Quaker Meeting tell their personal stories of becoming Quakers. What led them to find out about Quakers;…

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Three Friends holding banner saying 'Quakers for climate justice' on a vigil in central Reading

Quakers for climate justice

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Quakers and others met for an hour of quiet protest in Reading town centre, to raise awareness of the climate…

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Coffee morning at the Wokingham Meeting House

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Come join us for a morning of coffee or tea to find out about Quakers on 7 September Saturday from…

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Quakers having refreshments in our burial ground

Garden party

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Reading Quakers gathered for an afternoon in the Meeting House garden and burial ground. Tea and conversation were enjoyed along…

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