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issues around: colour, race, heritage, faith


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Committing to becoming an anti-racist faith community

"Stirring and sensitive ministry describing how racism feels,

Swarthmore lecture 2022

Woodbrooke has announced Helen Minnis as the 2022 Swarthmore Lecturer.

Racial justice and the Policing Bill

Teresa Parker explains how the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill

Reflections on George Floyd

Listen again to Churches Together in Britain and Ireland’s service marking one year since the murder of George Floyd.

BLM 2021: Racial Justice workshop

We're a year on from the murder of George Floyd.

Room names and race

As part of our wider work towards becoming an actively anti-racist church,

Modern Slavery

After meeting there will be a talk on "Modern Slavery" to which all are warmley invited.

Anti-Semitism Workshop

A safe space to explore anti-Semitism and what it means to us as Quakers.

Towards an anti-racist culture at BYM

"We can’t allow racism to be part of our culture. It’s extremely important that everyone feels valued and respected."

Facing up to racism

"It is not enough to acknowledge these wounds . . . " How Meeting for Sufferings' has approached the subject of racism.

Survey - 'elders' and 'overseers'

What does ‘overseer’ mean to you? Should we change how we describe elders?

Time for Quakers to tackle racism

"...this is an important moment, nationally and globally and there is an appetite,

Should Quakers apologise for their role in the Atlantic slave trade?

Across Quaker communities conversations about racism in Britain are taking place.

Responding to the Prevent inquiry

The government is reviewing Prevent – the way in which it tries to stop people getting involved in terrorism.

Glenthorne Weekend

For those who have booked, will be at Glenthorne Quaker Guest House at Grasmere in the Lake District.

Area Meeting

Craven and Keigley Area Meeting will be held at Keighley

Area Meeting

Craven and Keighley Area Meeting will be held at Skipton

Area Meeting

Craven and Keighley Area Meeting will be held at Airton.

Area Meeting

Craven and Keighley Area Meeting will be held in Settle

Quaker response to the rise in racism and hate crime since the referendum.

The outcome of the EU referendum has led to an alarming rise in racist attacks across the country.

Toys for refugees

In mid July, two Syrian refugee families are due to arrive in Skipton with three boys (aged 10, 5 and 3) and four girls

Greening Your Meeting

I would like to thank Settle Local Meeting for sponsoring my attendance at this Woodbrooke conference. 

Area Meeting

the meeting will end with a shared lunch at 13:00

Area Meeting

the meeting will end with a shared lunch at 13:00

Area Meeting

the meeting will end with a shared lunch at 13:00

Area Meeting

the meeting will end with a shared lunch at 13:00

Area Meeting

the meeting will end with a shared lunch at 13:00

Area Meeting

the meeting will end with a shared lunch at 13:00

Area Meeting

the meeting will end with a shared lunch at 13:00

Area Meeting

From 10.30am with lunch at 1pm.Topic: Decriminalisation of the possession of personal use of all drug

“Much more than just the scandal: the life and writings of James Naylor.”

Intrigued?....so was I!

Craven & Keighley Area Meeting Newsletter 2015

For the last time on these pages,

Celebrating the successful re-roofing

Come and join us in celebrating the successful re-roofing of Settle Meeting House.

Glenthorne Gathering

For those who have booked, will be at our Local Area Meeting" Glenthorne gathering over the March 24 - 26 2017

Russian Adventures at Woodbrooke

The most remarkable time in a unique weekend was meeting for worship on Sunday morning in the Cadbury room, Woodbrooke,

Craven & Keighley Area Meeting Newsletter Spring 2015

Oh, the wonders of spring: the expansiveness of nature showing in every bursting leaf and flower.

Area Meeting

Area Meeting could be preceded by a shared tea..


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