Exeter



                                                                 Notices                                                                  Room Bookings


Meeting for Worship Times:
Every Sunday, from 9:00am onwards, Friends gather to share breakfast and conversation in the Meeting House. Come and
spend time with a small group of Friends, relaxing over tea and toast. Bread and marmalade is provided – but other contributions are welcome.  Meeting for Worship commences each Sunday at 10.30 am.  Children start the meeting with the adults and after 10 minutes they leave for their own structured activities. The Meeting is followed by tea and coffee. There is a shorter half hour Meeting each Sunday at 6:00pm.

On Thursdays between 12:15–1:00pm there is a Meeting for Worship at St Mary Arches Church, Mary Arches Street, Exeter, followed by tea and coffee.

There is Quaker Quiet Worship and Tea at Exeter University in the Quiet Chaplaincy Room (111/112 Old Library) every Friday between 1:00-1:30pm, everyone is welcome.

On the second Sunday of the month at 4:00pm in Exeter Meeting House, there will be a Making Music in the Spirit
session. No special talent/expertise needed - just a willingness to join in and experience the joys of making music together.

On the last Sunday of each month, there is a bring and share lunch after Meeting.

Business Meetings:
The Business Meeting is normally held on the first Sunday of the month, following Meeting for Worship. There is no Business Meeting in January or August.

Clerk:  Gerald Conyngham
Assistant Clerk:  Freya Guy
Treasurer:  Raymond Thompson
Bookings Clerk:  Richard Oliver
Enquiries email:  exeterquakers@yahoo.co.uk

Bookings email: exetermhbookings@yahoo.co.uk            

Exeter Meeting House Photo 

Photo courtesy of Jem Southam

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 Address:
Friends Meeting House
Wynards Lane

Magdalen Street
EXETER  EX2 4HU

Directions: Off Western Way inner ring road, Exeter, signed Pavilion Place. Parking is available at weekends only and is limited, disabled space is reserved. Two pay & display car parks are within easy reach.

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Monica Shallis Collection, Tuesday 12th December. 23 New North Road, Exeter,
open from 11.00am to 3.00pm


Tuesday 12th December, anytime between 12.00noon and 2.00pm

Exeter City Centre Chaplaincy, Carols and Christmas Music at St. Stephen’s. Everybody welcome, Bring your own lunch. Hot and Mulled Drinks and Mince Pies provided. Music from City Centre Church Choirs and the Salvation Army.


Saturday 16th December, 10.30am, Southernhay URC

Carols with The Southernhay Singers.


Monday 25th December - 30 minute Meeting for Worship, 10.30am.


Thursday 28th December - Normal mid-week Meeting at Mary Arches.


Sunday 31st December - Normal Sunday Meeting plus shared lunch, no Evening Meeting


Devon Area Meeting, Saturday 13th January, 11.00am, Exeter Meeting House.
All welcome (both Members and Attenders). Attenders please notify DAM Clerk, Juliet Morton: juliet@mortonpq.plus.com


Learning and Growing in Faith Dialogue Session, Sunday 14th January, Exeter Meeting House, 12.00 (after MfW)

Topic to be confirmed.


Holocaust Memorial Day, Saturday 27th January, 2018


Inherit the Truth, 1st February 2018, Exeter Cathedral

A musical and cultural event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2018.  Book (no charge) at:
https://www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk/news-events/whats-on/inherit-the-tru...



Quaker National Day of Healing, Saturday 3rd March, 2018

As in 2017, it is intended to hold an extended Meeting for Worship for Healing in the Meeting House from 10.00am to 4.00pm; part of a nationwide chain of similar meetings.


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Room hiring rates per session - morning/afternoon/evening (as at September 2014)

Main Room:  £33 Standard Rate  £25 Concession Rate

Small Rooms:  £16.50 Standard Rate  £13.50 Concession Rate


 

 

 

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