Events diary

Mon 24 Jun 2019 1800-20:00 (private view, Friends welcome), then daily 1000-1800 until Sun 30 Jun Frequencies exhibition at gallery 44AD, 4 Abbey St BA1 1NN (corner with York Street). Work by ten photographers including Nigel Maynard of Wanstead Friends Meeting

Tue 25 Jun 2019 Scilla Elworthy: Building a world without war Friends House (Euston Road, London) 1830-2000

Wed 26 June ‘Generations’ dialogue connecting residents of Bristol – young and old, life-long and recently arrived; New Room, John Wesley Chapel 1900

Th 27 June Open for Transformation meeting for learning #6: Living the Quaker way. In the Huntingdon Room (basement) 1430-1600

Th 27 June 1930: Building Bridges: understanding between Christians & Pagans Revd Maria Shepherd: Christ Church, Julian Road

Mon 1 July: Youth Project Local Support Group – Summer Barbecue at Bedminster Friends Meeting House – open to all Young Quakers and adult Quakers with an interest in joining the youth project steering group.

Th 4 July Open surgery: share questions with Paul Parker (Recording Clerk), 1600-1800 at Horfield Friends Meeting House. Organised by the Quaker Youth Project.

Th 4 July Quaker Any Questions with Paul Parker (Recording Clerk), Rosie Thayer and Young Friends; Horfield Friends Meeting House. Buffet supper for a small donation, then panel with Paul, Rosie and two Young Friends. Food and networking 1800-1915, event 1930-2100. (The link in the original post was wrong but has now been corrected so do try again!)

Weds 10 Jul Rethinking Security: Nuclear power and it link to nuclear weapons. Talk by radiation biologist Dr/ Ian Fairlie BCURC Tovey Hall (Grove Street entr) 1900

Th 11 July 1930: Nicky Gladstone from York care centre: Christchurch, Julian Road

Sat 13 July Climate Crisis: Bath The Edge, Uni of Bath with Wera Hobhouse MP, Molly Scott Cato MEP (Green Party) and Paul Allen from Centre for Alternative Technology. Tickets free via Eventbrite

Sat 13-Sun 14 July: Youth Residential Hill House; open to all 11-18 year olds. Contact kirstyp@quaker.org.uk for info

Sat 21 Sept 21 Rethinking Security Beyond the fog of Brexit: new vision for the UK in the world Manvers Street Baptist Church (Somerset Room)1000-1600

Sat 21-Mon 23 Sept: Quaker visit to the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales (contact Alan Fox and Robin Brookes, Devizes Meeting)

Keynsham Chocolate Quarter Meeting for Worship 1030, followed by study group at 1100. Contact Colin Graham for info.

Further ahead:

1-7 Aug 2020 Yearly Meeting Gathering Bath

Worship at Bath Central United Reform Church

Sun 1030-1130; Tue 1800-1830; Wed 1030-1100

Regular Events

Children’s Meeting every Sun 1030-1130

Meeting for Worship for Business (Preparative Meeting) 1st Sun of Feb, Apr, May, July*, Sept, & Nov. 1230.

*Note: The Business Meeting originally planned for July 2019 will now be held on Sunday 30th June

Friends Fellowship of Healing 1st Sun 1000-1030

Shared lunch 4th Sun 1230

Poetry group: 2nd Sun of even months; 3rd Sun of odd months 1230

Work #1288 by Quaker artist Martin Creed. Reproduced with forgiveness. Visit Martin’s web site here.

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