Peterborough Quakers
Peterborough Quakers

Advices and Queries

 

Advices and queries are intended for use in Quaker meetings, for private devotion and reflection, as a challenge and inspiration to us as Friends in our personal lives and in our life as a religious community, and as a concise expression of our faith and practice for enquirers and the wider world.’             

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Those suggested for reading during July are numbers 19 & 20.

 

  • Rejoice in the presence of children and young people in your meeting and recognise the gifts they bring. Remember that the meeting as a whole shares a responsibility for every child in its care. Seek for them as for yourself a full development of God’s gifts and the abundant life Jesus tells us can be ours. How do you share your deepest beliefs with them, while leaving them free to develop as the spirit of God may lead them? Do you invite them to share their insights with you? Are you ready both to learn from them and to accept your responsibilities towards them?
  • Do you give sufficient time to sharing with others in the meeting, both newcomers and long-time members, your understanding of worship, of service, and of commitment to the Society’s witness? Do you give a right proportion of your money to support Quaker work?
All the Advices and Queries can be found online here

Where we meet

Peterborough Quaker Meeting House

21 Thorpe Road
Peterborough

PE3 6AB

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Meetings for Worship

 

Sunday 10.30–11.30 am

 

Wednesday 7–7.45 pm

(Zoom only except for 3rd Wednesdays which will be 'blended' i.e in the Meeting House and on Zoom.)

 

Children & Young Peoples' Meeting is available on the second Sunday of every month.

 

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