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

  Click here for Location Map

 

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

 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.

 

Local poet Lawrence Sail has written a poem for our late Friend Steve Sims, a link to this tribute entitled 'Thinking of Steve', can be found at the foot of this page.

 

Notices    top

 


10th – 16th November, The Glorious Art Café, 120 Fore Street, Exeter

CND Art and Poetry for Peace Exhibition, Submissions to Peace Shop. Fore St by 9th November - poetry (100 words max) or 2d/3d art; entry fee £5 (£3). Prizes for best entries reflecting CND ideals. https://www.facebook.com/ExeterCND


InterFaith Week, 12th - 19th November


Wednesday 15th November, 10.00am at Exeter Guildhall
Raising of the Polish Flag, and accompanying exhibition, 14th-16th November, at Exeter Guildhall; there will be a special Evensong at Exeter Cathedral to remember 307 Squadron starting at 5.30pm. This event emphasises our continued support for, and cooperation with, the Polish community. Full details at www.307squadron.org


Friday 17th November, Queens Building MR2/3, Exeter University, 6.00pm and also on Sunday 19th November at Exeter Meeting House, 12.00

What happens when you pray? -  A film in which Clive Dove Dixon explores the world of prayer by asking 'What happens when you pray?' of people from different faiths, nationalities and backgrounds.


Saturday 18th November, 10.00am–4.00pm. Exeter Corn Exchange

SW Christmas Without Cruelty Festival. Shopping, Music, Food, Entertainment.


Saturday 18th November, 12.00 noon, Uplyme Village Hall, Lyme Regis.

Memorial Meeting for Worship for Tim Solloway


Tuesday 21st to Friday 24th November, 7.30pm at the Matthews Hall, Topsham

The Roses of Eyam (The Estuary Players; by Don Taylor), . Unreserved tickets £10, from Matthews Hall Cafe, Topsham Bookshop, or from Ella Young (phone number in book.) A very powerful true story of 1665-66, with difficult moral choices. www.topshamestuaryplayers.org.uk


22nd November, 7.30 – 9.00pm, St Michael and All Angels Church, Mount Dinham, Exeter

How should believers talk to unbelievers about God? (St Michael’s Lecture) Dr. Edward Skidelsky, Univesity of Exeter, gives the inaugural
lecture in memory of Dr John Hughes. For more info on Dr Hughes and Dr Skidelsky see: http://www.stmichaelsmountdinham.org.uk/event/john-hughesmemorial-lecture/


Thursday 23rd November, 7.00 for 7.30pm. Exeter Community Centre, St David’s Hill.

Who made your Clothes?  A film about ‘fast fashion’ presented by Transition Exeter with a speaker from ethical clothing supplier Sancho’s Dress.


Friday 24th November. 23 New North Road, Exeter

Monica Shallis Collection,Open from 11.00am to 3.00pm.


Sunday 26th November, 10.30am at the Mint Methodist Church

Joint Ecumenical Service, . A shared service with members of city-centre churches plus a joint choir.



Thursday 30th November. St Sidwell’s Community Centre from 4.00pm – 6.00pm

Reclaim the Night Exeter, march from St Sidwell’s to Bedford Sq., 6.30pm-7.30pm, to promote public awareness of the levels of violence and harassment experienced by women and girls on our streets. All Welcome.


Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd December 2017, Brussels

Sanctuary Everywhere. QPSW/QCEA conference£165pp including two nights’ accommodation and
meals. For more information and to register, please visit www.qcea.org/events


Justice, Peace & Creation Chapel, St Petrock’s Church, Monday 4th December at 6.00pm

The reopening, by Bishop Sarah, of the newly refurbished St Petrock’s church including the reinstatement of the Justice, Peace and Creation Chapel, formerly located in the Cathedral


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



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


Room Bookings    top

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


 

 

 

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Attachments: