Quaker Events

Food and Friendship: Tue. 19th July; 6-8pm

Extremism and fundamentalism continue to hit the headlines and cause violence and death across the world -but we know this is not what faith is about for most people.

Here is another opportunity to share a meal and get to know people from different faith backgrounds, to make new friendships and extend existing ones. If you are able, please bring some food to share (from your own culture, but suitable for others).

We welcome everybody who would like to come at Shirley House, 31 Psalter Lane, Sheffield S11 8YL
Tuesday 19th July 2016 at 6.00-8.00pm

Notices 17/7/16

Rehearsed readings of two one act plays by Gill Buttery and Dave Oxley.
Monday 18th July from 7pm at the Meeting House. Please come along – booking through the office.

The new Coffee morning is now up and running on Wednesdays until 6th August inclusive.There will be Scones and Coffee in the Garden and social area upstairs from 11am – 12.30. Hope that people will come and enjoy the space and perhaps stay for the worship at 1pm.

Temporary feline home urgently needed

From our friend Linda Hoy:

Some of you may know that my beloved daughter-in-law died suddenly a few weeks ago.

Peace Picnic to mark Hiroshima Day: Sun. Aug. 7th; 2–5 pm

Annual Remembrance Event and
Peace Picnic to mark Hiroshima Day.
Sunday August 7th: 2p.m. – 5 p.m.

Venue: Walled Garden in Meersbrook Park, S8 9FL
To remember all victims, past, present and future, of the atomic bombs which were dropped on the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.
2.30 p.m. Remembrance ceremony in the Japanese Walled Garden and signing by Sheffield’s Lord Mayor of the ‘Mayors for Peace’ Declaration
3 p.m.– 5 p.m. Peace picnic with songs and poetry by local artists.
All Welcome: Bring and share picnic
Organised and hosted by Sheffield CND;

Offer of help with allotments

Our friend Chrissie Hinde passes on this message about two refugee men who would like to offer their gardening labouring services……………………

Anyone looking for tidying up allotment, labour intense work and digging let me know as I have got two able bodied Refugee Men, one from Eritrea and one from Syria, both were farmers in their own country before and looking for work. Pay as you feel.

The two men both live in the ‘Night Shelter’ and can get around with Free Bus Pass. They both know Endcliffe Park well as do they a lot of running, walking to pass their time.

Quakers In Yorkshire: Sat. 16th July 10am-4pm

It’s Quakers in Yorkshire in Ilkley on Saturday, 16th July with activities or Children & Young People, lots of afternoon activities and a focus on Young Friends General Meeting.

Programme here: http://quakersinyorkshire.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/QiY-July-201...

Directions (see also attached map below):

Wednesday morning cafe and meeting for worship

Throughout July and on 6th August why not enjoy a drink with scones and cake at Sheffield Central Meeting House?

Upstairs in the social area and hopefully also in the terrace garden.

11am – 12.30, with optional Meeting for Worship 1pm-1.30pm.

Drink and scone or a piece of cake: £2.30. All proceeds to support the Meeting.

Interfaith Barbecue - St. Andrews Psalter Lane: Sun. 17th July from 12 noon.

St Andrew’s church on Psalter Lane will be holding an interfaith barbecue next Sunday, 17th July at 12.00 midday.

All welcome.

Please bring something to cook or some salad.

NB: If you are intending to go to this barbecue, you might also want to consider attending Nether Edge Meeting for Worship, 1030-11.30am at Shirley House, Psalter Lane, next door to St. Andrews