After a long absence, Meeting for Worship will resume at Eustace St Meeting House from Sunday, October 24th, at the previous time of 11:00. You may also join us via Zoom at the same time, and Thursday evening Meeting for Worship will continue on Zoom only for the time being. All are welcome to attend, … Continue reading
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Meeting for Worship to mark Brexit
A Meeting for Worship for Brexit will take place in Eustace Street Meeting House, Dublin 2, on Friday 31st January 2020 between 9.45pm and 10.45pm to hold all in the light as the UK exits the EU. All are welcome, either in person or in the comfort of your own home/Meeting House. This marks a … Continue reading
Join us this Friday for Culture Night!
Please drop into us this Friday evening between 5pm and 10pm as Dublin Quakers take part in Culture Night! We will have displays, talks, tea, coffee and chat. Learn more about Quakers and their concerns. 5.30 -7.00 Films: Dennis Halliday “Where in the World series-Iraq” and Watford Quaker series 7pm: Simone Gerling -Alternatives to Violence … Continue reading
Culture Night 2019
Dublin Friends will be welcoming visitors to our Eustace St meeting house again for Culture Night, which takes place on Friday, September 20th. All are most welcome and more details to follow closer to the time!
IYM 2019 Public Lecture
“To Bring Forth” – Education, Ministry and Renewal by Noah Merrill Friday, April 26th 2019 at 7:45pm at the High School, Zion Road, Rathgar, Dublin 6. How can Friends today rediscover and reclaim the kindling fire that animated the first generations of the Quaker movement? What is the testimony of Quakers in our world … Continue reading
Quaker Welcoming Refugee Group Dublin event next Thursday
Linda Rabben, an academic from the University of Maryland who has published 2 books on the topic of sanctuary has been invited by the Quaker Welcoming Refugee Group, Dublin to give an evening talk on sanctuary. Her talk, “The Past, Present and Future of Sanctuary” will start at 7pm on the 11th April in the … Continue reading
Lecture on the Shackleton sisters at the RIA
“The Shackleton sisters: Irish Quaker women c. 1750-1850” is the topic of an upcoming lecture at the Royal Irish Academy. This is part of the “Sisters” series focusing on the achievements of families of sisters who have made their mark on Irish life. The lecture will take place on Wednesday, April 17th from 1-2pm at … Continue reading
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