All News Stories
Annual Cleaning of the Meeting House
4 Jul 2016Next month it’s August: The Meeting House team need helpers to join in with the annual cleaning of the Meeting House
Urgent Request from Quakers in Yorkshire
14 Jun 2016Safeguarding Officer needed.
Would you like to own a painting by the Quaker artist Ron Waddams ?
20 Apr 2016The trustees of Larren Art have responsibility for most of the artwork produced by Ron Waddams. We now wish to find suitable homes for 70 remaining paintings and are offering them to Friends in return for a small donation to the Larren Art Trust.
Readings from Quaker Faith and Practice.
20 Apr 2016You may well be aware that from October 2015, Quakers in Britain are invited to read and reflect on one or two chapters a month of Quaker Faith and Practice, either by themselves or in groups, face to face or online, so that as a Religious Society we can better know our tradition and journey as a people of faith.
QUAKERS IN YORKSHIRE by Keith Burdett
20 Apr 2016A report from the Sheffield and Balby Area Meeting attended the Quakers in Yorkshire event at Huddersfield on 16th April.
Combining Sheffield Quaker News and Sheffield and Balby Bulletin
29 Mar 2016One of the suggestions that came from the Area meeting planning group was that we should combine these two publications.
QUAKERS PRESS FOR HOUSING JUSTICE
8 Feb 2016Soaring house prices, welfare cuts and loss of social housing have sparked a housing crisis. For Quakers at Yearly Meeting it was a hot topic and now they are questioning peers who are beginning a line by line examination of The Housing and Planning Bill in the House of Lords. Housing and Planning Bill in the House of Lords.
GAME CHANGER IN THE SO CALLED "WAR AGAINST TERROR"
16 Jan 2016From David Zarembka, Coordinator of the African Great Lakes Initiative (AGLI) of the Friends Peace Teams in East and Central Africa, who has visited our Meeting.
Peace Museum in Bradford
16 Jan 2016Special exhibition
Fundraising for CRESST
8 Jan 2016The CRESST Book and Bun Sale at the end of 2015 raised £279.