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Sing and Rejoice: George Fox, the English Civil Wars and the Beginnings of Quakerism

Quaker Tapestry Museum Quaker Tapestry Ltd, Friends Meeting House, Stramongate, Kendal, Cumbria, United Kingdom

Quaker Tapestry Museum is celebrating the 400th Anniversary of George Fox’s birth with this year’s special exhibition Sing and Rejoice: George Fox, the English Civil Wars and the Beginnings of Quakerism. The exhibition includes loans from Friends House and Swarthmoor Hall, as well as reproductions from the State Papers at The National Archives. As a

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Included with General Admission

Poetry: Post atomic glossaries with Antony Owen

Friends House Euston London Friends House, London, London, United Kingdom

Peace Poet Antony Owen joins us in the Friends House Library for the launch of his latest compilation, Post Atomic Glossaries. We will hear from Antony and explore the intersections between poetry and peace work.

Free

Creative Writing Group – Using the Body’s Wisdom to Uncover Stories about what Love Requires of us

On Zoom , United Kingdom

Bonnie leads this creative workshop. Please email qancreativewriting@gmail.com to book your free place as numbers are limited. Every stage of our lives offers fresh opportunities. Responding to divine guidance, try to discern the right time to undertake or relinquish responsibilities without undue pride or guilt. Attend to what love requires of you, which may not

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Stories, Music, Poetry, Cake

NORWICH Friends Meeting House Upper Goat Lane, Norwich

Tickets by donation (£10 suggested) via Eventbrite or on the door Fundraiser for three legal challenges to government breaking its own law re carbon emissions of planned developments

BYM Special Interest: How do the arts envision our witness?

On Zoom , United Kingdom

Booking through Britain Yearly Meeting only. Register via https://www.quaker.org.uk/ym/bookings. We will explore the variety of the arts in a discussion. How do they influence and create our response to witness in our Quaker values? Can we vision our future and connect community with the arts? We will include examples of how projects are doing this

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The Fire and the Hammer. Rehearsal.

All Friends, and their friends, are invited to the next rehearsal of this cantata which celebrates the early life of George Fox and the beginnings of Quakerism. This will be at Central Manchester Meeting, Mount St, M2 5NS. It is possible to attend in person or on Zoom. We are aiming for a performance in

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Free

Altered Books: Making Tangible Our Personal and Prophetic Narratives – Workshop at Pendle Hill

On Zoom , United Kingdom

Come and join Jessie White in a safe and brave online learning community while you explore a personal narrative that wants to be shared. This course will meet on Sundays, 12:30pm-2:30pm  Eastern Time (US & Canada) via Zoom from July 14th to September 8th. (ie 7.30 to 9.30 UK time) Altered Bookmaking is an interactive

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£320

Fox@400 videos

Friends House 177 Euston Rd, Euston, London, United Kingdom

Videos made by Friends and meetings to commemorate the 400 years of George Fox's birth will be shown on a big screen at Yearly Meeting as part of the celebrations of this anniversary. Some of the original artworks will also be on display ad there will be opportunities for discussion (and maybe even some cake!)

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Quaker Arts Network at the Groups Fair

Friends House 177 Euston Rd, Euston, London, United Kingdom

Join us at the Britain Yearly Meeting Groups Fair at lunchtime. Come and see us! It's free! You will need to register  for Britain Yearly Meeting at https://www.quaker.org.uk/ym/bookings . Further details will then be available to you nearer the time via the links you will be sent.

Quaker Arts Network and Loving Earth Project at Greenbelt Festival

Boughton House Boughton Park, Geddington, Kettering

The Quaker Arts Network is delighted to be holding a Quaker presence at Greenbelt this year, in the form of a QAN gazebo, which will be a welcoming space for exploring, creating, reflecting and finding out about Quaker spirituality and witness. We are inviting donations via JustGiving to help us with the basic project costs

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