Tuesday, 26 September 2017

QUAKER WEEK: You are invited...

Slough and Windsor Meeting House

In these turbulent times we would like to invite you to join
us for a short reflective meeting
at
Slough and Windsor Quaker Meeting House
on
Tuesday 3 rd October at 7.30 pm

Light refreshments will be served at 8.00 pm

High Wycombe Meeting House


High Wycombe Quakers invite friends, neighbours and others to join them
for an Open Afternoon
on 
Sunday 1st October from 14:00-16:00
at 
High Wycome Meeting House
for tea and cakes and an opportunity to get to know us.

Amersham Meeting House

You are especially welcome to join us 
an any of our regular Meetings for Worship during Quaker Week
at
Amersham Meeting House
on
Sunday 1st October 11:00-12:00
Tuesday 3rd October 12:30 -13:00 followed by a soup lunch
Sunday 8th October 11:00-12:00


Tuesday, 12 September 2017

From Small Beginnings: Helping Refugees and Asylum Seekers

On Sunday 5th November, Amersham Meeting House will host a two-handed talk about offering help to refugees and asylum seekers in our communities.

Tim Gee of QPSW will talk about the Sanctuary Meetings initiative, while a representative of the Wycombe Refugee Partnership will talk about what they have been able to achieve in a relatively short time from small beginnings

A share lunch will be offered after Meeting for Worship, and the talks will begin at 2pm.

ALL WELCOME

Full details to follow


Quaker Week: 30th September to 8th October

Amersham Meeting House:

We specially invite newcomers to join us at any of our Meetings during Quaker Week. We meet on Sunday (1st & 8th October) at 11am for an hour, followed by coffee and time for a friendly chat. And on Tuesday 3rd October, we have a half hour gathered silence in the small meeting room, followed by a simple soup lunch. ALL ARE WELCOME!

Amersham Quaker Meeting House, Whielden Street, Old Amersham


High Wycombe Meeting House:

Open Afternoon for friends and neighbours of the Meeting House. Sunday 1st October from 2pm to 4pm. Tea and cakes will be served and EVERYONE IS WELCOME.

High Wycombe Quaker Meeting House, London Road, High Wycombe


Monday, 7 August 2017

Meeting for Worship during building work at Chesham Meeting House

Our Meeting for Worship remains Sunday 10.45 but through August and September has a temporary venue: we have hired a room from the Buckinghamshire Mind charity at Sun House in Church Street (opposite its junction with Bury Lane). 

Changes to the times of Meeting for Worship at Aylesbury

Important Changes to the times for Meeting for Worship at Aylesbury:

To conform with current bus timetables and accommodate the needs of those Friends who use public transport to attend Meetings, it has been agreed that from August 6th onwards, Meetings for Worship will take place slightly later than previously. On the second and subsequent Sundays each month, worship in the Meeting House will be from 10.45 am to 11.45 am; on the first Sunday in the month, it will take place in the Meeting House from 10.45 to 11.30am, followed by 30 minutes for refreshments and then our Meeting for Worship for Business from 12 noon onwards.


Midweek meeting for worship continues to be held on the 4th Wednesday only, from 7-7:30pm, in the library. Next meetings, Weds 23rd August / Weds 27th September

Jordans Quaker Centre Retreat Programme and Concerts in 2017 - latest

Friday 11th August
Retreat with Jennifer Kavanagh, another regular, on “Oneness: our interconnectedness.”

Saturday 19th August
The Walk in the Woods: A summer labyrinth workshop with Jan Sellers - View poster here.

Sunday 10th September
Heritage Open Day – visit the historic Jordans Meeting House, with children’s activity & cream teas – view poster here.

Sunday, 17th September
Concert 3-5pm with Jane Faulkner, member of Jordans local meeting, violin, Pal Banda, cello, and Zsuzsa Berenyi, viola, performing string trios by Beethoven and Dohnanyi. The concert will last one hour and will be followed by refreshments. After expenses all proceeds will go to Quaker Homeless Action. Free entry. Advance booking appreciated.

Friday 13th October
Retreat with Alex Wildwood on “A spiritual basis for sustainable living,” a follow-on from last year's workshops

Saturday 11th November
Digging the Dirt; an hour-long play with Gill Nathanson & Bill Buffery of the Multi Story Theatre Company. The play focuses on issues of freedom of speech, raising many issues of concern to Friends. Official poster will follow.

To book or for more information, please contact JQC office on 01494 876594 or at office@jordansquakercentre.org . The day retreats start at 10am and finish at 4pm, and cost £35 or what you can afford. Please bring a light lunch to share.

QUAKER WEEK: You are invited...

Slough and Windsor Meeting House In these turbulent times we would like to invite you to join us for a short reflective meeting at ...