Monthly Archives: November 2014

Women bishops

The Church of England has finally decided to have women bishops and it is likely one will be appointed in the next year or so. William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, said that “some of his best men were … Continue reading

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The world is my country

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British values? Pupils should be questioning the rule of law

Michael Goodwin  the headteacher of Sibford School, an independent Quaker school in Oxfordshire, argues his case in this Guardian article about the Department for Education expectation that schools “actively promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, … Continue reading

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Quakers produce online map showing global deaths during First World War

A map, created by Quakers in Britain as part of a four year project on the World War I centenary, shows a path of white poppies through London reflecting the true numbers of people from every country who died as a … Continue reading

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Positive Money – Saturday 15th November

Seeking positive alternatives to the current monetary system.  Workshop Saturday 15th November, 9.30-1pm, all welcome. Please like & share:

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