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Women standing up as they learn to sew in Sierra Leone

Chairs to Sierra Leone

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The sewing room in a village in Sierra Leone will soon have a set of chairs from Maidenhead Quakers. The…

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Understanding truth

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Truth has many facets. Forty people came to a public event at Reading Quaker meeting house to explore our understanding…

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Together against Trump-ism

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Howard and Maria Grace from Newbury Meeting joined the Quaker group who met in Friends House for silent reflection prior…

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A Century apart

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Our oldest member Ruth (aged 102) welcomes our youngest attender Darcey (aged one).’

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Working supportively with refugees

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Learn more about how the principles of psychological well-being, communication and interpretation can benefit work with refugees, through the free online course…

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Blue plaque on birthplace of Phoebe Cusden

Phoebe Cusden

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Phoebe Cusden MBE A blue plaque has been unveiled to honour a Reading mayor, Quaker, peace campaigner, trade unionist, writer…

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QPSW Spring Conference 2018

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I applied to go to the Quaker Peace and Social Witness Spring Conference because East Garston LM was being challenged…

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Chaplaincy at Reading University Open Day

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Our Chaplin, Angela, welcomed prospective students at Reading University’s Open day on June 22.

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Yearly Meeting experience

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Two Friends from Newbury Meeting, Howard and Maria Grace, joined Quaker Yearly meeting on Saturday May 5. Maria writes: ‘Sitting…

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Peaceful garden opened for Chelsea Fringe, Henley Quakers, Sunday 20 May

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On the afternoon of Sunday 20 May Henley Quakers welcomed about sixty visitors to their Peaceful Garden, as part of…

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