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4th January 2022
Martin Wilkinson of North London AQM spoke on living adventurously
11th January 2022
Alison Williams of Wimbledon LM spoke on the UN
18th January 2022
Tamara Stoll of Bethnal Green Meeting spoke on mutual learning
25th January 2022
Bernadette O'Shea of Brentford and Isleworth spoke about Nomination
1 February 2022
Judith Roads of NE Thames meeting spoke about the work of Nominations Committees
8 February 2022
Jenifer Kavanagh of Westminster LQM spoke on Prayer
15th February 2022
Fred Ashmore of Kingston meeting spoke about time
22 February 2022
Mark Frankel of Kingston Meeting spoke about salvation
1 March 2022
Wendrie Heywood of Uxbridge Meeting talked about work and faith.
8 March 2022
Linda Murgatroyd of Wandsworth LM spoke on "Is simplicity enough?"
15 March 2022
Arthur Charlton asked What would Jesus say?
22 March 2022
Debbie Taylor talked about soul and spirit
29th March 2022
Beth Follini of FOrest Hill LM spoke about QfP 21.07
5th April 2022
Liz Njuguna-Wyatt of Harrow LM spoke about the Quaker Business Method
12th April 2022
Jean Jenn of Golders Green LM spoke about discernment
26th April 2022
Robin Latimer of Stok Newington LM spoke about Quakers and politics
3rd May 2022
Bob Newsom of Winchmore Hill LM spoke about the Peace Testimony and current events
10th May 2022
Antony Rawlinson of Walthamstow LM spoke about the Christian and deist associations of Quaker worship
17th May 2022
Jonathan Lingham of Westminster LM spoke about the Quaker dilemmas of travel.
24th May 2022
Fred Ashmore of Kingston LM spoke about the Sabbath
31st May 2022
Lesley Bacon spoke about thinking about our futures
7th June 2022
Carolyn Hayman of Hampstead Meeting spoke about hope in the face of climate change
14th June 2022
David Amos of Wandsworth LM spoke about Equality, diversity and outreach
21st June 2022
Mark Friend of Winchmore Hill spoke on kindness to animals
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