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MEETING FOR WORSHIP
Arrangements have been made to hold virtual online meetings for worship. (See below.) Worship in meeting houses is subject to changing regulation. Please check the current meeting newsletter or contact the clerk for up-to-date information.
Unless the notice gives details of an online meeting, please assume that events listed on the website diary will no longer go ahead. Check with the organiser if in doubt. The current newsletters give further information.
FRIARGATE MEETING HOUSE
Subject to government restrictions, the meeting house is available again for limited daytime room bookings. Please visit the Friargate bookings page.
Friargate: Please contact staff by phone/email for current situation.
Acomb: Please contact for current situation.
Harrogate: Please contact for current situation.
New Earswick: Please contact for current situation.
Thirsk: Please contact for current situation.
• Friargate is hosting virtual meetings for worship using Zoom (see below). There are meetings for worship on Sunday mornings and Wednesday lunchtimes. To join a meeting you will need the code for that meeting. Subject to current restrictions, there is a meeting for worship at the meeting house. Please check before attending.
• Acomb is also hosting virtual meetings for worship using Zoom (see current Acomb newsletter for details).
• Harrogate is hosting virtual meetings for worship using Zoom (see current Harrogate newsletter for details).
• Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre has extended the frequency of their online meetings for worship. They now host meetings for worship for early birds! (See panel on right.) You can find information about virtual worship and about all the times on their dedicated webpage.
This page also has helpful guidance for those unfamiliar with the technology, which uses software from Zoom.
SHARED QUIET TIME
Daily time of silent reflection wherever you are at 9.00 - 9.15 am.
ADVICE FOR QUAKER MEETINGS
The website of Britain Yearly Meeting has informtion about national events. It also has an area with advice about coronavirus for Quaker meetings.
Loving care is not something that those sound in mind and body ‘do’ for others but a process that binds us together. (Quaker faith & practice 12.01)