Quaker Events

Room in S11 for rent

From our friend Heather Rostron

Room in S11 for rent
Spacious double room in terraced house very close to Bingham and Endcliffe Parks, £300pcm including bills (fibre broadband, phone, gas and electricity, council tax, water rates, toilet rolls, etc.)

Sharing with 2 women aged in 50s and 60s, kitchen, bathroom (one of 2), living room, small back garden.

We lead fairly independent lives but are friendly, having occasional meals together. Generally a fairly quiet, easygoing, greenish household.

Contact Heather directly, or reply to this email.

Sculpture exhbition on the theme of grief: until 26th August

A collection of eight alabaster sculptures illustrating the feelings of grief and loss
By Jean Parker M.A.
Exhibition Opening Times
Monday to Friday 11am – 4pm
Saturdays 11am – 3pm

In partnership with Church Army
Venue: Wilson Carlile Centre, 50 Cavendish St, Sheffield. S3 7RZ (Back of the old Glossop Road Baths)
For more information visit http://goodgriefexibition.yolasite.com

More information about Church Army visit http://www.churcharmy.org.uk
More information about Wilson Carlile Centre visit

Soull Work: Sept. 10th 9.30am-1pm

‘Soul Work’

The healing of the paralysed man – Mark 2: 1-12
Sat. 10th September
In this Soul Work exploration at the Meeting House; we will start at 9.30, for 9.45 am, and finish at 1.00 pm.

On this occasion we will explore our understanding of sin, trust, forgiveness and healing, knowing that areas of our own lives can also be paralysed. In a greater consciousness we can raise our level of trust; and so bring to our lives and to the world an experience of greater healing. All are welcome.

Text here: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Mark%202:1-12

Notices 31st July 2016

Children and young people
Just a reminder that during August there is no formal provision for children and young people over the summer holiday; though parents and carers are welcome to use the resources downstairs with their children during Meeting for Worship.

Double Joy sale will be on next Sunday, 7th August after Meeting for Worship. Double Joy is running short of funds this month, so please let Chrissie Hinde know if you can help in any way.

There is no local business meeting next Sunday.

Free online course on early history of Quakers: from Oct 3rd

An opportunity to find out about the early Quakers, from Lancaster University and Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre by Ben Pink Dandelion.

Radical Spirituality: the Early History of the Quakers. Learn about the beginnings of this radical religious group as it emerged in 17th century England, with this free online course.

More details here:

Also why not check out Future Learn from the Open University for other free courses?

Pick Your Own for Double Joy: Sun 7th Aug. 1-3pm

Our friend Huw Evans of Sheffield Organic Growers has offered to donate all takings from picking your own blackcurrants from Quakers on Sunday 7th August to Double Joy

Sheffield Organic Growers is 1 mile down Lightwood Lane near Norton, postcode S8 8BG. Anytime between 1 and 3.

More about Double Joy here:

Peace Studies at Bradford: first week September

Two events taking place at Bradford University through the Peace Studies:

Exhibition “This Light that Pushes Me – Stories of African Peacebuilders”
The Atrium, University of Bradford, 5pm, 2nd September.
For details see attached invitation.
For more on the book “This Light that Pushes Me” visit:

Peaceful Relations and the Transformation of the World
An Academic-Practitioner Dialogue on Peace in the 21st Century: 5-6 September 2016, University of Bradford.

Notices 24th July

Diary Dates
Double Joy sale will be on Sunday 7th August after Meeting for Worship. Double Joy is running short of funds this month, so please let Chrissie Hinde know if you can help in any way.

Glenthorne, the Quaker Guest House in the Lake District, has let us know about an introductory weekend to Experiment with Light, to be held from 5 – 7 August. There’s a notice on the board for further details.