Meeting for Worship
Friends Meeting House
Meeting for worship on Sundays at 11.00 a.m.,
except 3rd Sunday 3 p.m. at The Pales Friends’ Meeting House, Llandegley
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Llandrindod Local Quaker Meeting
Notices 8 January 2019
Meeting for Worship, each Sunday other than the Third Sunday, Llandrindod Meeting House, 11am. Third Sunday at the Pales at 3 p.m.
Saturday 12 January Area Meeting at Ludlow 10.30 for 11.00
Sunday 13 January Pastoral Care Group Meeting following MfW.
Saturday 19 January 11.00-4.10 Mid Wales Area Meeting at Y Fan is centred on Climate Change. Details are below.
Sunday 27 January Discussion, following MfW. An exploration of our personal beliefs and searches.
Sunday 3 February Meeting for Worship for Business at 12.15, following Meeting for Worship
Saturday 23 February Meeting of Friends in Wales at Aberystwyth Meeting House (Penparcau) SY23 1SZ. Workshops on the revision of Quaker Faith and Practice.
Saturday 19 January 11.00-4.10 Mid Wales Area Meeting at Y Fan
As Quakers how do we respond to Climate Change?*
“We do not own the world, and its riches are not ours to dispose of at will. Show a loving consideration for all creatures, and seek to maintain the beauty and variety of the world. Work to ensure that our increasing power over nature is used responsibly, with reverence for life. Rejoice in the splendour of God’s continuing creation.
Advices and Queries 42
11.20-12.50 ‘Talking about Climate Change’ George Marshall *(talk & discussion)
12.50-1.50 SHARED LUNCH – *Please bring a contribution for a shared “LOAF” meal** (LOAF meaning using ingredients as far as possible which are LOCAL,
ORGANIC, ANIMAL FRIENDLY & FAIRLY TRADED)
1.50.-2.20 ‘The Extinction Rebellion Movement: what is impelling us?’
Marita & Jeremy Over *
2.20-2.50 ‘Our lives, our witness: living with loving consideration for all
creatures’ Harriet Martin*
2.50-3.20 Linking the Quaker Testimonies with Sustainability – Gwen Prince
3.20-4.10 Experiment with Light Meditation and Worship Sharing
I hope we will have some small trees to give out to participants to take
George Marshall is the founder of Climate Outreach, an Oxford based
charity that is a global leader in climate change communications with
clients including the IPCC, BBC, World Bank, governments across Britain
and the EU and all the major environmental groups.
He is the author of ‘Don’t Even Think About It: Why our Brains are Wired to
Ignore Climate Change’, and he has had a connection with Quakers for many years.
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