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Issue 1 Volume 28of The Friendly Word, Ireland’s bi-monthly Quaker magazine is now available. Press here for current contents and subscription details.
Ballitore Meeting House will be closed for repairs for about eight weeks from the end of January. Meetings will be held in the Leadbeater House. Press here for details.
Junior Youth Club events are held monthly in Dublin and in Portadown. Press here for details.
The next Junior Moyallon Camp will take place 17th to 19th June 2011. Press here for more.
The Office will be open 9.30 to 11.0 Monday to Friday 15 to 19 August, except Wednesday 17th when it will be closed all day. Normal opening resumes on Monday 22nd.
Quakers have agreed on testimonies on various matters since their earliest times. One of the most significant is the Peace Testimony of 1661. Click here for an article on the subject.
Issue 5 of Volume 27 of Ireland’s bi-monthly Quaker magazine has been published. Press here for current contents and subscription details.
Come and meet your friends, have lunch and do some shopping
12.0 – 3.0 pm Saturday 4th December
Post of Executive Officer – Senior executive position
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The Public Lecture is a regular feature of Ireland Yearly Meeting and is usually presented as an evening session in the course of the meeting. The lecture in 2010 was given by ANNE BENNETT
LIVING THE VISION – BUILDING PEACE – A PERSONAL JOURNEY
I should like to thank Ireland Yearly Meeting for giving me this opportunity to give the Public Lecture for 2010. I was asked to talk about building peace through my work at Quaker House Belfast and elsewhere. This is not an academic exploration of the issues. It’s about my experiences and stories of some of the people I have met during my work who have taught me so much. Towards the end of my talk I will explore some of the issues facing us today and in the future – the challenges for Quakers.
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