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An Invitation – To Find Out More

If you’d like to meet a friendly face for an informal one to one get together over tea or coffee then Carol or Colin are more than happy to meet up with you sometime and answer any questions you may have so you can decide whether you’d like to become more involved or not for yourself.

Carol or Colin can be contacted via the contact form on the Get In Touch page

Book wise the two publications below are our personal recommendations for finding out a bit more.

Being a Quaker: A Guide For Newcomers

Geoffrey Durham

ISBN-10: 0955898366
ISBN-13: 978-0955898365

Electronic Book Editions:

Kindle Edition

Kobo

Living The Quaker Way

Ben Pink Dandelion

ISBN-10: 190712327X
ISBN-13: 978-1907123276

Electronic Book Edition:

Kindle Edition

This is a wonderfully compact pocket book introduction available in printed and kindle editions.

Paperback editions are in our own Quaker library or can be purchased via the Quaker Bookshop in London

In addition here are a few short guides in PDF form that are worth a browse:

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Your 1st time in a Quaker meeting 

Quaker Worship

Quakers Today

The Quaker Way

Living What We Believe

Or Faith In The Future

New Books In The Library

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John Horan has purchased some new books for our library, many of which were Quaker books of the month. They are:

Rememberance Today – Poppies, Grieg and Heroism by Ted Harrison

This I Warn You In Love – Witness of some early Quaker women by Catie Gill and Elaine Hobby

But Who Do You Say That I am – Quakers and Christ today by Douglas Gwyn

Also available as a general interest fiction book (despite the title this book advocates no violence) is

How I Killed Margaret Thatcher by Anthony Cartwright

 

 

 

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