Diary date: Sun 17 June, 1245 – 1345, Bath Friends Meeting House
Katie Evans writes
What’s your experience of sharing silence and speech in Quaker worship?
Come and join the conversation to explore an understanding of Quaker worship as:
• communal – something we do together, which connects us to each other;
• attentive – somewhere we may encounter God/Love/Life; and
• generative – a birthplace of inspired speech and action.
There’ll be opportunities to discuss your own experience and hear others’. Everyone welcome!
Photo of a recent Meeting for Information in the Bath Quaker Meeting House. Meetings for Worship are held in the round, and largely or even wholly in silence.