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.
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Felt Connections between Quaker and Butoh Practice As the novelist E.M. Forster once wrote, ‘Only connect’. This inspiring injunction has meant a lot to me throughout my life, and even become something of a habit. Today I would like to share with you some of the connections I see between my practice as a QuakerContinue reading “The December 43 Newsletter”
Join us for an evening of sharing our concerns and ideas about the environment every Wednesday at Oxford Quaker Meeting House.
This 2 minute video gives you a bit of the atmosphere and inspiration of the DSEI Arms Fair blockading event. The Fair begins next Tuesday, and we were part of a rolling programme of groups blocking the setting of the Fair: this evening at our debriefing meeting we learned that Sadiq Khan condemns the ArmsContinue reading “Update on the London Arms Fair Blockage Event”
The online version of the September 2019 edition is now available: Click to access september-43-newsletter.pdf
Forthcoming talk Friday 13th Sept. 7pm. 43 St Giles Oxford: Mey Hasbrook, of Kalamazoo Friends Meeting USA, will be joining us for our next Friday with Friends on 13th September. Her Meeting has given her a travelling minute and she will engage with us in considering ‘How to Nourish Right Relationships Through Spiritual Roots, BridgingContinue reading “Sacramental Living for Sustainability”
The Online version of the May 2019 edition is now available:
We are now pleased to publish Quaker belief in action: conscientious objectors in the First and Second World Wars edited by Sue Smith and Marieke Faber Clarke. Paper versions of this booklet are now available from the office and the leaflet racks at 43 St Giles.