May 24 to May 27
This year Yearly Meeting will examine our privilege, and assumptions of privilege, along with how this affects our ability to act on urgent Quaker concerns. We are all asked to help the discernment of this Yearly Meeting by doing some preparation, whether we are attending in person or upholding Yearly Meeting at home in local Quaker communities.
To help this preparation within Redland Meeting there are hard copy leaflets and booklets in the foyer that you can take away, and we will also hear associated readings at some of our Meetings for worship during May and June. There will also be a Meeting for Learning arising from the Swarthmore Lecture on July 21st.
More information on Yearly Meeting can be accessed at www.quaker.org.uk
submitted by Sue Tuckwell