Quaker Quest: a spiritual path for today that leads to peace and social justice – simple, contemporary, radical.

Epping and Harlow Quaker meetings are jointly running two sessions of Quaker Quest.

These events are a way of bringing Quakerism and Quakers to the attention of people who may be interested but not necessarily thinking of attending a Quaker meeting. It’s a finding-out of what we do and what we think, including our different ways of being a Quaker today. Everyone is invited to come and find out more, whether you have any knowledge or experience of Quakers or not.

The Epping date is Oct 29 (2.30-5.30) and the topic is ‘Quakers and how we worship’; the Harlow date is Nov 19th (same times) and the topic is ‘Quakers and how we live’. 

More details to follow soon but see the Quaker Quest website for more information and read one persons experience of Quaker Quest in this article in the Guardian.

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