Lewes Quakers
Open hearts, open minds


*Stop press: Changes to Lewes Quaker meeting this summer*

Over the summer, Lewes Quaker meeting will be holding Sunday meeting for worship in alternative locations while essential maintenance and restoration work is completed on our meeting house.

Changes are as follows:

May 7th: Meeting for worship next door at the All Saints Centre (10.30am) with Children’s meeting at the meeting house as usual. Tea and coffee after at the meeting house.
May 13th: Meeting for worship AND children’s meeting at The Linklater pavilion on Lewes Railway Land. Tea and coffee also at Linklater pavilion.
May 20th: Meeting for worship next door at the All Saints Centre (10.30am) with Children’s meeting at the meeting house as usual. Tea and coffee after at the meeting house.
May 27th: Meeting for worship next door at the All Saints Centre (10.30am) with Children’s meeting at the meeting house as usual. Tea and coffee after at the meeting house.
June 3rd: Meeting for worship AND children’s meeting at The Linklater pavilion on Lewes Railway Land. Tea and coffee also at Linklater pavilion. Location of meeting for worship for business TBC.
June 10th: Meeting for worship next door at the All Saints Centre (10.30am) with Children’s meeting at the meeting house as usual. Tea and coffee after at the meeting house.
June 17th: Meeting for worship next door at the All Saints Centre (10.30am) with Children’s meeting at the meeting house as usual. Tea and coffee after at the meeting house.
Mid-June onwards: tbc – please keep checking this page on our website for updates.

Both rooms are fully wheelchair accessible.

Please contact the meeting house on 01273 472276 if you have any questions about these arrangements.

Quakers seek to experience God directly, within themselves and in their relationship with others and in the world around them. They meet together for worship in local meetings which are open to all who wish to attend. The Quaker commitment to peace arises from the conviction that love is at the heart of existence and that all human beings are unique and equal. This leads Quakers to put their faith into action by working locally and globally to change the systems that cause injustice and violent conflict. Quakers try to live simply. They are concerned about the excesses and unfairness of our consumer society and the unsustainable use of natural resources.


from Quaker Faith & Practice

 

Worship is our response to an awareness of God. We can worship alone, but when we join with others in expectant waiting we may discover a deeper sense of God’s presence. We seek a gathered stillness in our meetings for worship so that all may feel the power of God’s love drawing us together and leading us.

 

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Meetings for Worship

 

Sundays from 10:30 to 11:30
(including Children’s Meeting)

Wednesdays from 12:30 to 13:00

How to Find Us

 

Friends Meeting House
Friars Walk
LEWES BN7 2LE
01273 472276

 

 

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