Calendar for February 2020
Meeting for Worship and Young People’s Meeting each Sunday at 10.45am
Midweek Meeting for Worship each Tuesday 12.30-1.15pm in library
Peace Bowl: Corrymeela
Holocaust Memorial Day Events in Derby 2020: See Programme in Garden Room. From Sunday Jan 26- Saturday Feb. 8.
Sunday February 2: Meeting for Worship for Business.
Saturday Feb. 8: 6.45-8.45pm (inc. interval) at Derby Meeting House. ‘Yiddish Revolutionaries’ A forgotten history of the Jewish left, through song, Klezmer music from a band and readings from personal accounts and literature.
Sunday Feb.9: Friendship Lunch.
Tuesday Feb.11: 11-12pm in Garden Room. ‘Things Eternal’ discussion group.
Sunday Feb.16: Sustainability session.
Saturday Feb. 22:Woodbrooke-on- the- Road at Nottingham Meeting.We are invited to join an Area event on the theme Hope as a Practice. To book a place contact Pat Wilkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org .or 07729007739) by Sat. Feb 15.
Also on Saturday Feb 22: Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC) is organising a World-wide Friends’ Online Conference on Sustainability. Details at http://fwcc.world/sustainability/conference2020
Sunday Feb.23: 10-10.30am Singing in the Spirit.
Free Film Night. 7.00pm ‘Topsy Turvy’. A witty, entertaining 2000 Mike leigh film about the partnership of Gilbert and Sullivan, and the good- natured antagonism between them.ActionsFree Film Night. 7.00pm ‘Topsy Turvy’. A witty, entertaining 2000 Mike leigh film about the partnership of Gilbert and Sullivan, and the good- natured antagonism between them.
Saturday Feb. 29: An all- day meeting (times to be announced) with Northern Friends Peace Board. Area Meeting friends have been invited. Soup lunch provided. Contact Hugh McLeod (email@example.com or 07931067052) by Feb 23 if you would like to attend.
Please see the January Bulletin (printed copy on Garden Room notice board) and Area Meeting Minutes already emailed to you, for any other Area events, especially details and booking forms for the Area Meeting Residential Weekend, May 8-10 on the theme of ‘Reverence for Life.’