Event: Sat 28 October 28 1300-1630, Redland Meeting House, Bristol
How does a nontheist Quaker perspective impact on worship, ministry, Quaker practice and outreach? When Quakers talk of ‘that of God in everyone’ or ‘seeking God’s will’ what can that mean mean to a nontheist? What contribution can nontheist Friends make to any revision of Quaker Faith & Practice?
Our unity is based on a shared practice of worship, not on our beliefs all being the same. There is no need to be in unity with Quakers on every issue in order to be part of our meetings.
quoted on the Non-theist Friends Network web site
These are some of the questions that will be discussed in a spirit of worship sharing in the first of what the Non-theist Friends Network (NFN) hopes will be a new series of regional conferences in major cities across Britain. It is open to Friends of all theological persuasions. Members and non-members of NFN are all welcome.
Speakers will include David Boulton and Hugh Rock.
Tea, coffee and cake are provided, and you are welcome to bring a snack lunch if required. No pre-registration is required, but please let us know if you plan to attend by contacting Linda Ewles: email email@example.com, or phone 0117 9735733.
Directions and accessibility below –
Redland Meeting House is at 126 Hampton Road, Bristol BS6 6JE. There is no parking on site, but unrestricted on-street parking nearby. Public transport: Buses 1,2,3 & 4 stop on Whiteladies Road (Apsley Road stop) five minutes walk away: 1 & 2 from the city centre and Temple Meads Station, 3 & 4 from the city centre. Clifton Down train station is 10 minutes walk away, served by trains from Temple Meads about half hourly. The building is accessible, and you are welcome to get in touch to check particular requirements.
For more information about non-theist Quakers see the NFN web site and consider joining the network.