All events take place at Quaker Meeting House, 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds unless otherwise stated
Every Sunday 10.45am Meeting for Worship
Every Thursday 6pm to 7pm Meting for Worship followed by refreshments
Monday 24 September Attitudes to Violence 7.30pm
Baha’i and Christian attitudes towards violence, its causes and its cure.
Speakers: Mehran Nassiri and Revd Sam Corley. Organised by Leeds Concord at the Quaker Meeting House, 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS2 9DX Refreshments provided. Everyone welcome.
Tuesday 25 British Muslims 6.30 - 8pm
Meet authors Philip Lewis and Sadek Hamed to hear about new directions in Islamic thought, creativity and activism. Leeds Church Institute, 20 New Market Street LS1 6DG To book e-mail email@example.com or phone 0113 391 7928
Thursday 27 The Life and Times of a Holocaust Survivor 2pm - 4.30pm
Leeds Church Institute, 20 New Market Street LS1 6DG
A film telling the story of Arek Hersh, Holocaust survivor who lost 81 family members. Arek will be there for conversation following the film.
To book e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0113 391 7928
Sept. 28th – Oct 15th from 10am to 4pm ‘ENDING WAR, IMAGINING PEACE: GERMANY 1918’. Exhibition at The Friends Meeting House 19 Castlegate, Pickering YO18 7AX
Saturday 29th 7.30pm Rawdon Amnesty Concert see
Wed 3rd Oct 2.30pm Pickering QMH ‘Ending of War - role of German Women in the revolution of 1918’ see the poster
Wednesday 3 Oct Ebor Lecture - Peace and Reconciliation 7pm
Julie Nicholson’s lecture Crossing Places at York Minster is based on personal narrative and experience in exploring choices people make in the shadow of death and trauma.
Thursday 4th Oct 7.30pm (refreshments from 7pm) illustrated talk ‘Quakers and Radicals’ by David Turner - the event has been arranged by the Outreach Committee
Thursday 4 & Friday 5 Oct Light Night 6pm - 11pm
Spectacular projections, interactive installations, exhibitions, dance, music and street performances.
Brochure £2 from Leeds City Museum.
Saturday 6th Oct 9.30am to 5pm at York Firagate
Day conference to mark 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War: The shadow of WW1 and prospects for peace today. See full programme details and booking form attached
Saturday 6th from 7.30pm at the Quaker Meeting House – Quaker Week Ceilidh to be led by Robin Fishwisk – please invite your friends to an enjoyable evening together
12 to 14 Oct Junior Holidays will be running a children’s holiday weekend at ‘Fanwood’ - see the details at The closing date is 21/9/18.
Sunday 14th 7.30pm Rawdon Amnesty Concert see
Thursday 18th 2.30pm Meeting for Worship will be held at Farfield Meeting House near Addingham in Wharfedale - this will be the last meeting for 2018.
Wednesday 24 October Concord Peace Service 7.30pm
Leeds Concord Interfaith Fellowship’s annual peace service in the Banquet Room at Leeds Civic Hall in the presence of the Lord Mayor.
Representatives of nine faiths light candles from the World Peace Flame and share words of peace
Sat 27th 11am to 3pm – White Peace Poppy stall in Leeds– please come and help – we will be on Briggate near to Debenhams
Sat. 27th Oct 10am to 4pm - A safe space to explore anti-Semitism and what it means to us as Quakers – day conference on at Settle Quaker Meeting House – Please book at Marianmcnichol@gmail.com Tel 01729 822313
Sunday 28th 7.30pm Rawdon Amnesty Concert see
Sunday 11th 7.30pm Rawdon Amnesty Concert see
Saturday 24th 7.30pm Rawdon Amnesty Concert see
Sunday 2nd 7.30pm Rawdon Amnesty Concert see
Sunday 16th 7.30pm
Rawdon Amnesty Concert see
Peace Events calendar http://www.yorkshirecnd.org.uk/events/yorkshire-cnd-events/ .
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