Events diary

February 2020

Sat 29 Feb 19:30 Cappella Nova: Music of the Poets – charity concert in aid of Julian House. Local choir, members include Richard Carder and Simon Baker. Words by poets named in Bath’s Poets Corner avenues (Shakespeare, Kipling, Byron, Milton, Shelley etc), set to music by Elgar, Rutter, Parry and others. St Luke’s Church, Wellsway, Bath BA2 2BD. £12 (under-16s free) – tickets from Bath Box Office.

March 2020

Sun 1 Mar Area Meeting in Bath, following MfW

Wed 4 Mar 11:00 Friends Fellowship of Healing – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below.

Sun 8 Mar 10:30 Keynsham Chocolate Quarter Meeting for Worship – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below.

Wed 11 Mar 11:30 Spirituality Reading Group – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below

Wed 11 Mar 19:00 – 21:00 Building Peace and Security in a Time of Crisis – talk by Diana Francis of Rethinking Security (and of Bradford on Avon Meeting). £20 including a two-course dinner. Ammerdown Centre, Radstock BA3 5SW. Booking http://ammerdown.org 01761 433709

Sun 15 Mar 10:30 – 11:30 All-age Worship on the theme of Perseverance. This is the day of the Bath Half Marathon, and Friends should be aware of significant road and footpath closures and parking suspensions city centre affecting Argyle Street and Grove Street.

Sun 15 Mar 12:00 Poetry Group – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below.

Sun 22 Mar 10:30 Keynsham Chocolate Quarter Meeting for Worship – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below.

Sun 29 March 10:30 Open Elders Meeting on the theme of deepening worship. Half hour meeting for worship 10:30-11:00 followed immediately by open elders meeting 11:00-11:30, then coffee as usual at 11:30. Find out more https://bathquakers.org/2020/02/28/towards-a-deeper-experience-of-worship-open-elders-meeting-29-march/

April 2020

Wed 1 Apr 11:00 Friends Fellowship of Healing – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below.

Mon 6 Apr 19:30-21:00 Local Meeting for Worship for Business. William Jay room, Central URC

Wed 8 Apr 11:30 Spirituality Reading Group – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below

Sun 12 Apr 10:30 Keynsham Chocolate Quarter Meeting for Worship – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below.

Sun 19 Apr 12:00 Poetry Group – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below.

Sun 26 Apr 10:30 Keynsham Chocolate Quarter Meeting for Worship – for details, see ‘Regular Events’ below.

Further ahead:

Sat 16 May 10:00 – 16:00 Quiet Day at the Old Barn, Kelston Roundhill – contact Katie Evans to book your place

1-7 Aug 2020 Yearly Meeting Gathering Bath

Sat 26 Sept 10:00 – 16:00 Quiet Day at the Old Barn, Kelston Roundhill – contact Katie Evans to book your place

Worship at Bath Central United Reformed Church

Sun 10:30-11:30; Tue 18:00-18:30; Wed 10:30-11:00

Regular Events

Keynsham Chocolate Quarter Meeting for Worship 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month at 10:30, followed by refreshments at 11:15. Contact Colin Graham for futher information (email bathquakermeeting@gmail.com and we will forward the message)

Children’s Meeting every Sun 10:30-11:30

Meeting for Worship for Business (Preparative Meeting)

  • Sunday 5 January 2020, 12:00 (after meeting for worship)
  • Sunday 2 February 2020, 12:00 (after meeting for worship)
  • Monday 6 April 2020, 19:30-21:00, William Jay room
  • Sunday 3 May 2020, 12:00 (after meeting for worship)
  • Monday 1 June 2020, 19:30-21:00, William Jay room
  • Sunday 5 July 2020, 12:00 (after meeting for worship)

Friends Fellowship of Healing:  From February 2020, 1st Wednesday of the month, 11:00 (after Meeting for Worship)

Spirituality Reading Group: 2nd Wednesday of the month, 11:30 (after Meeting for Worship)

Poetry group: 3rd Sun of each month 12:00, following Meeting for Worship. Contact Diana Page for further information (email bathquakermeeting@gmail.com and we will forward the message)

Burial Ground gardening group: Thursdays, 10:30-12:30 at the Quaker Burial Ground in Widcombe. Contact Susan Tomes for details (email bathquakermeeting@gmail.com and we will forward the message).

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

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