The Quaker Universalist Group organises one major event a year namely the annual conference.
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Fri29Mar2019Sun31Mar2019Woodbrooke Quaker Sudy Center, Birmingham
Nontheist Friends Network Annual Conference 2019 will be held at Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, Birmingham
This is an open conference and this year in particular, in considering diversity, will emphasise the participatory nature of our Gathering and small group explorations.
Fri10May2019Sun12May2019Start friday at 6 pm, end 2 pm Sunday Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, 1046 Bristol Road, Birmingham, B29 6LJ
In this conference we will explore our understanding of forgiveness from a range of religious, moral and psychological perspectives and in a range of situations.
It is widely assumed, in religions and in societies more generally, that forgiveness is a ‘good thing’ and that we ‘ought’ to forgive (or at least try to forgive) those that offend against us. In this conference we will be examining this assumption in depth in order to deepen our understanding of forgiveness and how this may be reached.
See here for more information
Sat25May201912:30 pm Room Drayton B06, 173-177 Euston Rd, London NW1 2BJ
Our special interest meeting at BYM will look back at our 2019 conference on Forgiveness and look forward to our 2020 conference. If you are at BYM please come along.
Sun26May2019EveningFriends House, Euston Road, London
We will be at the Groups Fair on Sunday evening May 26th. Anyone who would like to help please contact us.
Tue12Nov20196:30pm - 9:00pmCollingwood Centre, Rugby School, Oak Street, Off Dunchurch Road, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV22 5EA
RIFF is very fortunate to have Christine Allen to speak on the topic “Our Common Home – responding to the climate emergency and the world’s poor” .
Christine is the new Director at CAFOD. She was previously Director of Policy & Public Affairs for Christian Aid (2012 -19) and before that, Director of Progressio, the former Catholic Institute for International Relations.
The lecture will be preceded by a light meal: Home-made hearty vegetarian soup, roll & butter, chocolate dessert, tea/coffee
Entry to the lecture, including the meal, will cost £7.50 payable at the door. Proceeds after expenses will be donated to CAFOD.
Registration: Please register your intention to come by emailing the Rugby Interfaith Forum
using the email address email@example.com
Arrival time: 18.30
Open discussion: 20.15-21.00
The free car park entrance is in Barby Road CV22 5DZ
The poster for the event can be downloaded here. Please circulate as widely as possible. Thank you
Sun01Dec20195:30 pmWestminster Meeting House, 52 St Martin’s Lane, WC2, London
Tony Philpott will be speaking at the Sunday evening meeting of the London Younger Quaker Worship Group on December 1st. The topic is Unity in Pluralism.
The meeting starts at 5.30 p.m. with a meeting for worship, followed by the talk and questions; it finishes with a shared meal. The meeting is for those aged between 18 and 35ish. They meet in Westminster Meeting House, 52 St Martin’s Lane, WC2, on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of each month.