Our monthly newsletter is called Forty-Three, after our street address.
Online version: The February 2019 Newsletter is available for download.
You can also download
December, November, October, September, August July, June, May, April, March, February and January of 2016 and December, November, October, September, August, July, May, April, March, Feb and Jan of 2015. Issues from previous years are below.Some information may have been removed from the online version.
Full version: You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the list for weekly notices and you will also be sent a free copy of the newsletter when it comes out. Our latest issue is available in hard copy for 40 pence at the Meeting House. Print subscriptions running from each January to December can be requested from email@example.com (£10 annually for delivery to a UK address, or £4 annually for delivery to your pigeonhole in the Meeting House). Back issues are available for browsing above the hearth in the Meeting House library.
Commemorative issue: In July 2012 we published our 400th issue, and to mark the occasion Keith Wilson kindly also put together a ‘commemorative issue’ with copy published between 1978 and 1982. To request a free digital copy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about Quaker activities beyond Oxford, you may like to visit our FAQ entry about What are Quakers doing right now?.
Writing for the Newsletter
Contributions, preferably of 500 words or fewer, would be appreciated by email: email@example.com. Paper copy can be left in the Forty-Three pigeonhole at the Meeting House. Each deadline is printed on the first page of the previous issue, but ordinarily it’s the second-last Friday of the month. Submissions in need of substantial proofreading may not be published immediately; if it’s important that this doesn’t happen, please submit your article well before the deadline.
We encourage a range of composition, including but not limited to:
- details of forthcoming lectures, workshops, courses, exhibitions, plays, films, and retreats
- reviews of such events and of books and websites
- articles on work you’re involved with in the wider world
- your take on spiritual and religious issues of the day, or your questions for the Meeting
- poetry and art work
Back issues are available below for you to download. (Some material has been removed, including time-sensitive notices near the end of some issues.)