South Belfast Quakers

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Quakers (or the Religious Society of Friends as they are also known), have held Meetings for Worship in Ireland since 1654. After a previous failed attempt to establish a lasting Belfast Meeting around 1665, the first permanent Belfast Quaker Meeting was established in 1799, and in 1810 it moved to Brewery Lane, now known as Frederick Street. It wasn’t until 1956 that a second Meeting was approved for Friends who lived in Belfast, this time based in the south of the city. South Belfast Meeting House is an active Meeting with approximately 45 adult members and attenders who worship together each Sunday. Children & Young People also play a large part in our meeting, and we have on average 22, 1-18 year olds joining us for the last 10 mins of our worship, after their own activities.

Meeting for Worship takes place at 10.45am each Sunday

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We contribute to CAAT ( Campaign Against the Arms Trade) through the Special Collections that we hold annually.  This week (7-9 February) CAAT has been at the High Court in London for a judicial review,  where UK arms exports to Saudi Arabia is under challenge.

Read the Guardian article on the matter here

BYM Advice & Queries 34 reminds us of our need to remember our responsibilities as a citizen. With that in mind:

The South Belfast election debate will thank place on Monday 20th February at 7.30 pm in the Agape Centre on the Lisburn Road. The debate organiser is Challenges NI, an initiative by two Methodist College students concerned about political apathy in NI. No booking required.