Peterborough Quakers
Peterborough Quakers

New Library Books

We are fortunate to have replaced two missing Swarthmore Lectures, namely:The

Two Cinnas: Quakerism, Revolution and Poetry by Laurence Lerner (1984),

and Helen Steven’s 2005 No Extraordinary Power: Prayer, Stillness and 

Activism. These are lectures which remain highly relevant to us today. Our recent

lecture, in which Eden Grace explored eco-theology from early Friends to

Quakers today, will be published later this year. Finally, just out in a series called 

Quaker Quicks, is a fine little book, The Guided Life, Finding purpose in

troubled times, in which Sheffield Quaker Craig Barnett gently and clearly shows

us the Quaker way and the spiritual enrichment that Quaker practices offer.

Please speak to Noël or Catharine if you have ideas for specific books or

coverage of particular topics.

WHERE WE MEET  

 

Peterborough Quaker Meeting House

21 Thorpe Road
Peterborough

PE3 6AB

See under 'How to find 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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