Tag Archives: Epping Quakers

Community – a Quaker exploration – discussion 9 June April 2019

Being a Quaker is a shared experience. Together, in community with others, Quakers find support and encouragement, seek guidance and inspiration, and open ourselves to new insights, ideas and possibilities. In Quaker communities, people of different views and experiences find … Continue reading

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Plays, open house, great get togethers and more

Quakers in Epping have had a busy few months and you can read all about it in our October Newsletter 2017 (PDF).  We were particularly pleased to have a full house for a performance by ice&fire of their piece “Asylum Monologues”.

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#Quakerweek16 newsletter from Epping

It is Quaker Week at present. Once a year Quakers in Britain make an extra effort to let people know what they might encounter at a Quaker Meeting and to provide a bit of information.  One method Quakers have used … Continue reading

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March news from Epping Quakers

An update from Epping Quakers all about activities in and around the meeting in early 2016. Epping Newsletter March 2016 (PDF)  

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Reading Quaker Faith & Practice

The red book pictured on the table above is called Quaker Faith & Practice (QF&P).  This book is an attempt to express Truth through the vital personal and corporate experience of Friends. It is largely composed of extracts: a fitting way … Continue reading

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Quaker Week – Live Adventurously!

“Live adventurously. When choices arise, do you take the way that offers the fullest opportunity for the use of your gifts in the service of God and the community?” (Advices and queries 27) Quaker week is an opportunity to find … Continue reading

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Epping Meeting House Heritage Open Day 12 September

We will be participating in the national Heritage Open Day on Saturday 12th September 10am to 4pm. Visit our historic place of worship built around 1850 with some later modifications. The peaceful walled garden is a burial ground with distinctive Quaker … Continue reading

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