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“Reflections on the Sacred”

Winchmore Hill Quakers have invited other local faith groups to share their “Reflections on the Sacred”, an art exhibition in which Anglicans, Jews, Sikhs, Muslims, Orthodox Christians, Buddhists and Quakers will be displaying works of art inspired by their faith. … Continue reading

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Imago Dei

“Imago Dei” is a community exhibition at Christ Church United Reformed Church on Chase Side, Enfield for Holy Week. “Imago Dei”  will focus on images of God, and also images of humanity e.g. refugees and others from various parts of the … Continue reading

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Compliments from our Anglican neighbour

We were very pleased to welcome Daniel Sandham, Vicar of St Paul’s, our nearest place of worship, to our art exhibition and delighted to read this piece in their parish newsletter. Click on this hyperlink, St Pauls parish newsletter Please … Continue reading

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Standing in solidarity against violence

Quakers in Britain join the international community in condemning the attack on Manchester Arena. Quakers are part of The Interfaith Network and endorse this statement: “Our thoughts and prayers are with those who lost their lives or were injured in … Continue reading

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Following the Quanglican way

Good article in the Church Times about the crossover between Quakers and Anglicans.  Published to mark Quaker Week 2016.  Read it here. Please like & share:

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Christian leaders back call for new law against global tax dodging

Paul Parker, Recording Clerk of Quakers in Britain (BYM), is one of the ecumenical signatories to the following statement calling on all political parties to pledge that if they win the coming UK election, then they will rapidly introduce a Tax … Continue reading

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