Peterborough Quakers
Peterborough Quakers

New Library Books

Peter Jarman in Seen and Unseen: Ways of Being along Quaker and Buddhist Paths (Kindlers series —sometimes used for group studies) explores two aspects of reality, namely what is known and we can hold on to and ‘the cloud of unknowing’.  This little book provides rich material for reflection. 

 

In People of the Book: An Interfaith Dialogue about How Jews, Christians and Muslims Understand their Sacred Scriptures by Dan Cohn-Sherbok, three experts in Judaism, Christianity and Islam respectively explore the core messages of scriptures for followers today. 

 

Ben Ryan in our third book, Fortress Britain? Ethical Approaches to Immigration Policy for a Post-Brexit Britain, uses contributions from across the Christian and political spectrum to examine the issues surrounding immigration. 

 

WHERE WE MEET  


Peterborough Quaker Meeting House

21 Thorpe Road
Peterborough

PE3 6AB

See under 'Contact us' tab 

for further details.

MEETING FOR WORSHIP:

 

Sunday 10.30–11.30 am

 

Wednesday 7–7.45 pm

 

Children’s meeting is held on the second Sunday of every month.

 

 

OTHER EVENTS:

 

For details of study groups, meditation, social events and other activities see 'Calendar' and 'Events in 2019'

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