There will be no Meeting for Worship in Drogheda on Sunday 28th December 2014.
There will be no Meeting for Worship in Ballitore on Sunday 14th December 2014.
Sunday 21st December 2014 at 2.30pm in Churchtown Friends Meeting House.
Sophia Lamb will share about her life in Kunming China and medical interaction with children (and others) in that area. All are welcome.
Contributions, if desired, may be given to IQFA
The latest edition of The Friendly Word November – December Volume 31, Issue 6 is now available in pdf by email and in printed form.
The Friendly Word is an independent bi-monthly Quaker journal providing news and views within The Religious Society of Friends in Ireland and abroad. Articles express the views of their authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editor or of The Religious Society of Friends in Ireland. The editor reserves the right to withhold publication and to shorten copy.
The Friendly Word is available as a pdf by email and in printed form. You are encouraged to save forests and reduce costs by subscribing to the electronic form. Back issues of The Friendly Word, if available, may be obtained from the manager.
Subscription: €20.00 or £15.00 per annum.
Please find details for the manager, Valerie Howard here.
Friends and attenders are advised that there will no meeting for worship on Sunday 26th October 2014 as Drogheda Grammar School is closed to public access on this date.
On principle, not consequence
A Quaker life in broadcasting
On Saturday 4 March 1972 I had lunch with a friend in a restaurant/cafe in Belfast. In the morning we had played hockey for our school team.
We left the restaurant just after two o’clock. Two hours later a bomb exploded in it. Two women were killed. 130 people were horribly injured: mostly women and children. One young woman – who was about to be married – lost both her legs, her right arm and an eye. The restaurant was The Abercorn.
I was eighteen. Continue reading IYM Public Lecture 2014