"Trust that meaningful conversations can change your world" writes the community organiser and poet Margaret Wheatley.
Quaker Roots will be hosting a regular “Turning to One Another” space, from 7pm to 9pm on Thursday evenings (starting on 4th February until 8th April) for anyone who wants a space to slow down, to reflect and to share deeply about what's most alive in them right now, the highs and lows, joys and fears, and everything in between. (The sessions are free).
Each week will be a stand alone conversation, based around a question taken from Margaret Wheatley's beautiful book 'Turning to One Another: simple conversations to restore hope to the future', so feel free to come to as many or as few as you want to. The conversations will be free to take whatever turns they long to take, and each session will end with a period of silent worship together.