London Friends Together meetings are running every Tuesday at 7pm.
We hope that lots of you have enjoyed coming to our “London Friends Together” meetings for worship and serious conversation over the past few months. We’ve certainly enjoyed running them, and we’re very grateful to all the Friends who have given us conversation starter talks and have supported the running of the meetings.
Meeting ID 832 5021 1050 Password LQMFW
Zoom link:- http://bit.ly/LFTogether
Meeting open at 1845 for conversation and worship starts at 1900. Join later if you like.
Look on the London Friends Together page for details of the programme, recordings of conversation starter talks etc.
As always, we welcome offers of support such as
Offering a conversation starter talk (“five minutes, three ideas, one question”)
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Tue 30 November
London Friends Together Continues!
Venue: See meeting link in the text below
ZoomID 832 5021 1050
Every Tuesday at 19:00 there is an opportunity for Quakers across London to worship and talk together. We hope that this will build up the sense of a London-wide community of Friends, especially as we consider new ways of governing ourselves. We know that many Friends have become reasonably comfortable with online worship by now, so it seems a good time to use it to reach out across geographic distances. We will have a mixture of worship, a short conversation starter and some time in groups. You can join or leave after the worship.
When: Tuesdays, 19:00 to 20:30
Where: on Zoom of course (with a waiting room on entry)
18:45 – 19:00 Opportunity for chat
19:00 Meeting for Worship – for 30 minutes or so; join quietly please
19:30 Brief welcomes, notices, time to arrive or leave for some
Conversation starter talk - 4-5 minutes
19:40 Breakout groups of about 5 people each - 30 minutes. Please read the guidelines.
20:10 Worship sharing/ closing worship - 15 minutes or so
Zoom details are in the venue or use the link below
Comments after a meeting? Evaluation form here
Sat 4 December
Stubborn Optimism after COP 26
We will talk about the agreements achieved at COP26 and what we are called to do next as individuals, as meetings and as a society.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Mon 6 December
Online Event: https://www.meetup.com/Quaker-Quest-London/events/
Since 2002 Quaker Quest at Friends House in London has been a way for people who want to know more about Quakers and their individual spiritual journeys to meet some Quakers in person and hear their stories. While Friends House is closed in the evenings and social distancing is advised, the Quaker Quest team would like to welcome you to online discussion and a sharing of views via Zoom. We hope that each evening will be driven by you and respond to what you want to know. Each main session lasts for an hour and is followed by a short 15-minute Meeting for Worship and the opportunity for informal chat. The best way to show interest is by replying through this Meetup link (so that we have an idea of numbers): https://www.meetup.com/Quaker-Quest-London/events/
Updated 5 August 2021
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