Away Day 2019 – July 6th

Our annual Away Day this year, on 6th July, returns to Lee Valley Youth Hostel where we have had many a happy Away Day before.

The theme this year is Exploring Quaker Spirituality and Stuart Masters from Woodbrooke on the Road will be leading us in that.

The day is free but a donation of anything up to £15 can be made in cash on the day. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. There will be free childcare through the day.

The only requirement is to let the meeting Elders know you will be coming by dropping Jonathan an email. This would be especially welcome if you plan to bring children. Early warning of any dietary requirements would also ensure that those can be met.

The Away Day is a great opportunity to get to know each other better outside the hurly burly of after meeting refreshments and is open to absolutely anyone associated with Stoke Newington Quaker meeting whether that means you have been coming since birth or just popped in once.

The day will run from 10.00am until 4.00pm. Lee Valley Youth Hostel is a short walk from Cheshunt railway station, which is on lines out of north London towards Cambridge etc.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Jonathan Whitson Cloud

Change of Venue 5th March 2017

On Sunday 5th March 2017 our meeting for worship will be held in the Tennis Pavilion in Clissold Park instead of our usual room in Clissold House itself.
The Tennis Pavilion is located at the bottom of the park behind the smaller pond and near the Queen Elizabeth’s Walk gate.

The meeting will start as ever at 10.00am with the usual refreshments and community afterwards.

Tennis pavillion

Away Day 2016

Our annual Away Day this year, on 11th June, returns to Cheshunt Youth Hostel where we have had many a happy Away Day before.

The theme this year is Three Testimonies: truth, sustainability and community.

The cost is £10 or whatever you can afford. Lunch will be a bring and share. There will be free all age childcare through the day.

The Away Day is a great opportunity to get to know each other better outside the hurly burly of after meeting refreshments and is open to absolutely anyone associated with Stoke Newington Quaker meeting whether that means you have been coming since birth or just popped in once.

The only requirement is to let the meeting Clerk know you will be coming so drop Lucy a line at SNQ.Clerk@gmail.com

Look forward to seeing you there.

Jonathan Whitson Cloud

 

 

Welcome to the new website

Welcome to the new Stoke Newington Quaker Meeting website. The site has been created in WordPress by Jonathan Whitson Cloud and remains a work in progress. All comments are welcome to Jonathan.

Public and Private

The site has three levels of access:

Public Pages: Pages anyone can see having browsed to the site

Members Pages: Pages only visible to people who have been to the meeting a few times and made themselves known to the clerk (Members or Attenders).

Service Pages: Pages only available to those in certain service roles such as the Clerk, Elders or Overseers.

Jonathan will be giving people access to these levels as the site develops.