Spiritual Practice; Listening and Speaking,
Rev Bev Waring Officiating
There are two types of Quaker Meetings; commonly referred to as programmed and un-programmed. A programmed meeting involves readings and music but generally not spoken words – at least not at the length of a typical sermon. An un-programmed meeting generally has no planned spoken words. What these two types of meetings have in common are periods of silence in order to allow time for that ‘still, small voice’ inside to be heard. Join us this Sunday as we explore what a programmed Quaker Meeting can bring to our spiritual experience.