Meeting for Worship Times:
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 9:45am 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. Contact Ella Young for details.
On the third Sunday of the month at 9:45am in Exeter Meeting House, there is a Personal Opening session. A short piece, prayer, poem from a non-Quaker faith tradition to which Friends will have the opportunity to respond.
On the last Sunday of each month, there is a bring and share lunch after Meeting.
Assistant Clerk: Bridget Oliver
Treasurer: Richard Oliver
Bookings Clerk: Richard Oliver
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Photo courtesy of Jem Southam
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.
Prayers for Healing. Every Monday, 1.00pm at the Cathedral
Approx 30 minutes followed by refreshments.
Weekday Holy Communion. St Pancras’ every Tuesday at 1.15pm
Holy Ground, second Sunday of the month 7.00pm at the Cathedral
The foodbank needs our support, regardless of where we chose to make our donations. Items are collected regularly from the lobby of the Meeting House. Most-wanted items are:
long-life fruit juice, semi-skimmed UHT milk, sponge puddings, canned meat, pasta sauces, rice, toilet rolls.
Cash donations also needed for running costs. https://exeter.foodbank.org.uk
WOW! Women of the World Festival 13th & 14th October. Exeter – RAMM, Central Library and Phoenix
Details and booking: https://www.exeterphoenix.org.uk/events/women-of-the-world/
Navratri (Hindu Festival of the Divine Feminine) Saturday 13th October, 6.00pm, Southernhay URC
£15/£12, tickets at: http://www.exetertemple.org/navratri-tickets/4594017331
Choral Evensong, Installation of the Bishop of Crediton, the Rt Revd Jacqueline Searle, 4.00pm Sunday 14th October, Exeter Cathedral
Holy Ground, Sunday 14th October, 7.00pm, Exeter Cathedral
Engaging with other faiths. Sunday 14th October, Exeter Meeting House, 12.00noon
A talk on faith and traditions by Natalia Ivend, a member of the Roma community.
New Programme of Supper Discussions, Tuesdays 16th & 30th October; 13th & 27th November; 11th December
Prayer Round the Cross, Friday 19th October, St Pancras’ Church
March for People’s Vote, London, Saturday 20th October
Further info and details: https://www.peoples-vote.uk/march
Exeter Repair Café, St Sidwell’s Community Centre, Saturday 20th October, 10.00am - 1.00pm, (and every third Saturday!)
St Michael’s Lectures 2018, 7.30 pm at St Michael’s, (Mount Dinham)
Wednesday 24th October, ‘Does the Parish have a Future’, Dr Alison Milbank (John Hughes Memorial Lecture)
Friday 9th November, ‘The Life and Works of Dorothy L Sayers’, Seona Ford (John Thurmer Memorial Lecture)
Fairtrade Conference, 10 Years of Fairtrade Devon, Saturday 27th October, 10.00am – 4.00pm
Council Chamber, County Hall, Exeter. Further info email@example.com Free event but booking essential at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/celebrating-10-yearsoffairtrade-devon-con...
Sunday 28th October, 10:30am
The Lord Mayor of Exeter will be coming to Meeting for Worship as part of a programme of visiting faith communities in Exeter. We hope to have an informal discussion with him after Meeting and hope that he will also stay on for the shared lunch.
10.30am to 3.30 pm on Mondays in November, December (not 24 & 31) 2018 & January, February 2019
Creative Days at the Meeting House
We will again be running Creative Days at the Meeting House. A bread and soup lunch will be provided. These days give opportunities for Ffriends to concentrate on their own creative project and/or help with a number of creative activities, including card making, knitting and sewing, to support a peace project. You can drop in for an hour or two or come for the whole day. We are sorry that the car park is not available during the day on weekdays but perhaps you could come by bus or maybe a Ffriend would give you a lift. Please come and join us if you can.
Dying Matters: An interfaith conference on living and dying well, Friday 9th November 2018 at Exeter Racecourse, 10.00am – 3.15pm
Speakers from across the spectrum of faith and beliefs, (Islam, Humanist, Judaism, Catholicism, Zen and Pagan), teachers and health professionals will discuss: death and dying, end
of life care, assisted death and palliative care. Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Devon Area Meeting, Saturday 10th November, 11.00am, Exeter Meeting House
Remembering the Armistice. Saturday 10th November, Exeter and Crediton
Three 15 minute performances in Princesshay Square, Exeter at 11.00am, 11.30am and 12.00noon. Plus an event at Crediton Arts Centre, Crediton at 7.30pm, to remember the Armistice through dance, drama and song and reflect on the building of a more peaceful future.
Interfaith Week. 11th – 18th November. Devon Faith and Belief Forum events and interfaith prayers, to be confirmed
Preparatory Workshop for Holocaust Memorial Day, Monday 12th November 10.00am – 1.00pm. Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street
Corrymeela in Exeter Weekend
Hope in Conflict – Saturday 17th November with Pádraig Ó Tuama.
The Alumni Auditorium, The Forum, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter. Registration at 9.30am for 10am start, finishes at 4.15pm.
Can we find hope in times of conflict – personal, communal, international? Open to those of all faiths and none.
Rhythms of Peace – Saturday 17th November with Pádraig Ó Tuama.
Venue: St Luke’s Chapel, University of Exeter, St Luke’s Campus, Exeter, EX1 2LU
A poetry reading in support of the Corrymeela Community. The poets reading with Pádraig will be: Alwyn Marriage, Lawrence Sail, Richard Skinner and Dana Littlepage Smith. Doors open for pre–poetry wine/juice: 7.00 – 7.30pm Poetry reading 7.30 – c. 9.30pm
Reclaim the Night 2018, Saturday 1st December, 2.00pm, St Sidwell’s Community Centre
Banner-making and movement workshops in afternoon, march at 7.00pm, rally in Bedford Sq at 8.00pm.
Dialogue Session. Sunday 16th December, 12.00noon
Subject to be confirmed.
Q-CAT Conference, Friends House, London, Saturday 3rd November 2018, 10.30am to 4.30pm
PREVENTING TORTURE – EFFECTIVE ACTION. Cost £10 (students £5) to include refreshments and a light lunch. Pay on arrival. Places
limited so book now at email@example.com
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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