CALENDAR

 

This page is provides information about forthcoming events and activities at Hastings Local Quaker Meeting and is primarily for the use and information of local Friends and Attenders

 

Sunday 2nd September :   12  noon  Quaker Meeting House,  South Terrace, Hastings

Following Meeting for Worship, we have our “meeting for Church Affairs” to discuss practical and administration matters affecting the Local Meeting.

 

Saturday 8th September :   10.50 am  at Bexhill Quaker Meeting House,  Albert Road

Area Meeting at Bexhill, which will be a “business” session for practical and administration matters affecting the Sussex East Area. Expected to finish around 1 pm

 

Sunday 9th September :   12 noon  Quaker Meeting House, South Terrace, Hastings

Following Meeting for Worship we have our bi-monthly “Loop” meeting for Oversight issues, to consider the pastoral needs and welfare of all those in our Meeting.

 

Saturday 13th August :     3 pm   at Phil and Ana’s house  *

The “oversight circle” is meeting this afternoon. Please bring any favourite items of interest you would like to share over a cup of tea, such as prose or poetry, prose, or anything visual or recorded. All are welcome.

 

Sunday 16th September :  12 noon  Quaker Meeting House, South Terrace, Hastings

Following Meeting for Worship there will be a discussion on the issue of “truth and integrity in public affairs,” a subject which Meeting for Sufferings has asked local meetings to consider and feed back our responses. 

 

Sunday 23rd September :  12.30 pm   Quaker Meeting House, South Terrace, Hastings

Following Meeting for Worship we have our “shared lunch” in the Meeting House. Please feel welcome to stay after Meeting for Worship and join us, and bring whatever contribution you wish to add to the variety of food.

 

Wednesday 26th September :  6.00 pm  New economics group,   Quaker Meeting House, South Terrace, Hastings

A public meeting to be addressed by local activist Milan Rai, and based on the ideas in Kate Raworth’s book “Doughnut Economics” to examine the possibility of alternative economic systems more in tune with human needs and aspirations, and to discuss what for these might take.

 

Sunday 29th September : Question Box”,  Quaker Meeting House, South Terrace, Hastings  12 noon

After Meeting for Worship we have time set aside especially for Attenders and newcomers to the Meeting to ask questions or raise any issues about Quakerism generally or about the way our Meeting functions. Everyone has something to contribute, whether by asking questions (which other people may well have been privately wondering about as  well) or to share the benefit of your experience and insights.

 

Sunday 7th  October :   12  noon  Quaker Meeting House,  South Terrace, Hastings

Following Meeting for Worship, we have our “meeting for Church Affairs” to discuss practical and administration matters affecting the Local Meeting.

AND  ON  THE  SAME  DAY

                                     2.30 pm  Quaker Meeting House,  South Terrace, Hastings

“Sharing our Visions” : an open conversation organised by the group “Quakers with Jewish Connections” on how our different religions may enrich our perception of the world.         All are welcome. The meeting is expected to end around 5 pm

 

*   Note that for reasons of privacy and data protection, full details of people’s names and private addresses will not be given here. Local Friends will generally be aware of these already. If any Friends wishing to attend any of these events require fuller details please enquire by e-mail to  hastqua@gmail.com

 

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