QUAKER QUEST In March 2015 Reigate Meeting ran a series of open evenings for those wanting to enquire about Quaker beliefs. The meetings are to be followed up by a series of study sessions held on 6 Wednesday afternoons; or for those who cannot manage afternoons, on 6 Friday evenings. More details of these sessions can be found on:
QQ Study Groups at Reigate Meeting House
Quaker beliefs are rooted in the testimonies of truth, equality, simplicity and peace. Sustainability and integrity are also guiding principles in their everyday actions. The testimonies are not scriptures but rather the way that those who respect Quakerism try to live out their lives. They believe in that of God in everyone and therefore reject violence as contrary to God’s love.
In worship they quietly seek God's truth with no minister or formal service. Anyone may be moved to contribute.
If you would like to know more about Quakers before deciding to attend a Quaker Meeting, you can ring us on: 07913 764870 (for Reigate Meeting) or (for general information)
0808 109 1651. Alternatively, visit our page: About Quakers
"There is a spirit which I feel that delights to do no evil, nor to avenge any wrongs, but delights to endure all things in hope to enjoy its own in the end. Its hope is to out live all wrong..."
James Nayler, 1660