Mid Thames Quakers resources
Yew Tree grants for charitable causes
Some useful leaflets about Quakers
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Explores Quaker belief, action and history, with thoughts from young Quakers – but relevant to all.
Other Quaker resources
Quakers in Britain
The national website for Britain Yearly Meeting offers a wide range of information about Quakers and what they do. It includes explanations of Quaker worship, values and work. http://www.quaker.org.uk/
Young adult Quakers in Britain
Events and concerns of young adult Quakers, aged 18 to 30ish http://yfgm.quaker.org.uk
Quaker concern over population (QCOP) latest Newsletter
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Our first Annual review found out about worship, witness and fellowship in all our Local Meetings, during 2019
This is a short summary of the book Quakers in Henley, 1658 - 2008, by Michael Macleod. It follows the history of Quakers in Henley from when Ambrose Rigge - the first Quaker preacher to come to the town - arrived in 1658, up until the 21st century.
Newbury is ‘not your average Quaker Meeting house’ and is currently surrounded by a building site. This short paper by Jane Burrell explains the history of the building. See the Newbury Quakers webpage for more about the next chapter of the history - the current redevelopment project.
This plan, written by Anna Melville in 2013, guides the management and conservation of our Grade 2 listed Meeting House, and also gives a fascinating history of the building, including old photos and site plans.
A self-led walk between Reading Museum and the Museum of English Rural Life, highlighting places of historical significance to the town's biscuit making heritage. This includes the Quaker Meeting House, where the biscuit manufactures Huntley and Palmer worshipped.
This account by Matthew Callow traces the history of Quakers in Wallingford from the mid 17th century until the present day. Find out why a Wallingford Quaker had £40 of cattle taken from him in 1667, and what the Meeting house was used for in the 1920s. And more!
Booklet of a spiritual journey from atheism, Christianity, Initiatives of Change and Quakers, towards a vision of Shared Humanity. PDF free on link above.
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Quakers throughout the UK have committed to become a low-carbon, sustainable community. This report looks at how Mid Thames Area Quaker Meeting (Mid Thames Quakers) worked towards this commitment in 2018 and previous years, and at our future plans.
Mid Thames Quakers Newsletter
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- AM newsletter 213 Winter 2018-19
- AM newsletter 212 Summer 2018
- AM newsletter 211 Spring 2018
- AM newsletter 210 Winter 2017-18
- AM newsletter 209 Summer 2017
- AM newsletter 208 Spring 2017
- AM newsletter 207 Autumn 2016
- AM Newsletter 206 Summer 2016
- AM newslett 205 Spring 2016
- AM Newsletter 204 Autumn 2015
- AM Newsletter 203 Summer 2015
- AM Newsletter 202 Spring 2015
- AM Newsletter 201 Autumn 2014
- Earlier editions available on request