Join us for soup lunches every Tuesday at 12:30 in the Garden Room of 43 St Giles’. All are welcome!
Saturday 16th November, 2019 6.30 for 7pm till 9pm at the Meeting House, 43 St Giles Free admission + fundraising collection for the Garden Room & Quaker Centre + refreshments On Saturday the 16th of November, Fiona Sampson will read from her forthcoming collection: COME DOWN (Little, Brown, 2020), an exploration of belonging to placeContinue reading “Poetry Reading: Fiona Sampson, 16th November”
White poppies (of the normal-sized variety) are on sale at Oxford Quaker Meeting House! 60p per poppy, just to cover their cost from the Peace Pledge Union. Stop by and pick some up before 11 November.
Friday 8th November, 2019 7-9pm at 43 St Giles Join us for an informal evening discussion at the Meeting House every second Friday of the month from 7-9pm. This month, we are delighted to welcome Juliet Henderson and converse around the theme “Friendly Fours.” All are welcome.
22nd November, 2019 4pm and 7pm at Oxford Quaker Meeting House, 43 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3LW Tickets: £10, £8 concession; buy on the door or by searching “Sea Changes in Oxford” on http://www.eventbrite.com Following on from its successful debut at the 2019 Camden Fringe, Sea Changes returns to the stage at the Friends MeetingContinue reading “SEA CHANGES by Marina Jenkyns”
Berks & Oxon Regional Meeting Saturday 26 October 2019 Reading Quaker Meeting House 11:00 (coffee etc. at 10.30) to about 16:00 ‘In what ways are you involved in the work of reconciliation between individuals, groups and nations?’ – Advices and queries, 32 Quakers strive for the peaceful resolution of conflict. This applies as much toContinue reading “Building Understanding and Tolerance in a Divided Society”
In the series POEMS IN THE QUAKER MEETING HOUSE@ 43 St Giles Oxfordfree admission + a collection + refreshments @ 6.30 for 7pm till 9pm on Sat. October 12th Philip Gross and Lesley Saunders will read from their book A PART OF THE MAIN: A CONVERSATION (Mulfran, 2019), a dialogic poem, even an improvisation, born ofContinue reading “Poetry Reading: Philip Gross & Lesley Saunders”
Wear a white poppy at Rememberance time to remember all victims of war and to challenge militarism to build a chulture of peace. Poppies are on sale at the Oxford Quaker Meeting House, 43 St Giles, Oxford.