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Quakers and Jesus
From Quaker origins in the mid-17th century through to the mid-20th, faith in Jesus and the language in which it was expressed differed little, if at all, from that of other denominations. Our book of discipline before the current red one was blue, entitled “Christian Faith and Practice”. We have always been “open to new light, from wherever it comes” and in more recent years individual Quakers have responded to a wide range of influences, from other religions and philosophies of life. Collectively, we acknowledge that the Society of Friends is “rooted in Christianity”. We are encouraged to “bring the whole of our lives under the ordering of the spirit of Christ” and to “treasure our experience of God” however it comes to us. This evening you will hear how three Quakers in 2018 now relate to Jesus. 6:30 Light refreshments and chat 7:00 The programme 9:00 Free time to chat 9:30 Building closes

Friends House

173 Euston Road · London

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Learn about Quakers' open-minded and personal spiritual path, and the action for change in the world that has resulted from it. You'll hear what being a Quaker means to us, discuss with other visitors and see what sort of people we are. Finally, we'll share a peaceful and silent Quaker worship.

We meet every Monday evening except bank holidays. There are usually about 10 quakers and 10 visitors and you can drop in any evening. Please arrive between 6:30pm and 7:00pm for food and tea/coffee.

If you'd like to talk to someone about the Monday evening events, please call 020 3397 2697.

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