All Welcome to come to this time of quiet reflection, with an opportunity to share your views. 7:30 for a 7:45pm start at the Meeting House, Park Road Woking.
All welcome to a quiet time of thinking and sharing. Please join us at the Quaker Meeting House, 41 Park Road, Woking. 7:30 for 7:45pm Monday 22 September.
All Welcome to an evening of quiet contemplation, followed by a time of sharing. This month with a bit of an artistic twist using some of the ideas from the Yearly Meeting Gathering held in Bath. Please join us at the Meeting House, 7:30 for 7:45pm, Monday 25 August.
An evening of sharing our thoughts about Jesus, based on the booklet ‘Twelve Quakers and Jesus’. This will be the eighth evening we have had in the series, all of which have proved to be surprising and meaningful. All welcome at the Meeting House, 7:30pm for a 7:45pm start; on Monday 8 September 2014.
Monday 9 June : Woking Quakers and Peace
Monday 16 June : Ross and Linda Norcott ( Rosalee’s brother) share their experiences working with a charity for women who are Aid’s orphans in South Africa
Monday 23 June : Meditation and contemplation evening led by Moiya
This session explores our attitudes and thoughts on the Quaker testimony of Equality. It follows on from our first meeting in the series that looked at the booklet ‘Twelve Quakers and Simplicity ‘ All are welcome to come and explore what Equality means to us. 7:30 for 7:45pm start at the Woking Friends Meeting House , 41 Park Road, Woking, GU22 7DB ( see contacts page for map)
All are welcome to this evening of quiet contemplation. The format will be a time of silence with some short readings , followed by a time of sharing any thoughts that may have arisen out of the stillness. Location: Friends Meeting House, Park Road, Woking: 7:30pm for a 7:45 start.
Nine friends from Woking meeting (see photo) spent an inspiring and soul searching weekend attending a course led by Gerald Hewiston, exploring The Power From Whence Life Comes. We had a revealing session called The Slanderer, where we faced up to the negative messages we can give ourselves, and went on to find a way of re-framing the messages. Looking at ourselves with ‘soft eyes’ was gentle, whereas in our imaginations casting ‘soft eyes’ upon someone who we find difficult was not quite so easy. ”Through the burning sword” was a challenging exercise but very worthwhile and an important step on the way to ” Creating the peaceable kingdom : Transforming the world by being who we are”.