This September 22nd, Dublin Quakers will be opening the doors of Friends Meeting House, Eustace St from 5pm to 10pm. Friends will have a series of short talks taking place throughout the night:
5:30 – How Irish Quakers are responding to the refugee crisis (Miriam Ryan)
6:00 – The Quaker Testimonies (Ian Woods)
6:30 – Magic Lantern show (John McCormick)
7:00 – The Alternatives to Violence Project and it’s work in Irish prisons (Dorothee Danieu)
7:30 – QCEA and Quaker work at a European level (Sean McCrum)
8:00 – Eco-Quakers: the response of Irish Friends to environmental destruction and climate change (Fran Brady)
8:30 – Quaker Youth Camps (Lydia Garland-Moloney)
9:00 – What do Quakers believe? (Neville Keery)
9:30 – Women in Irish Quakerism (Claire Chambers)
Literature and posters will also be on display, with lots of information about Quaker history, our beliefs and activities, including the Quaker influence on the Irish temperance movement and Pioneer Association.
Dublin Quakers will be on hand to answer any questions that you may have over tea, coffee and biscuits. All are welcome!