There are 18 photo albums.

Digging the Dirt
Photos from the wonderful production of Digging the Dirt by The Multi Storey theatre Company.
Thought provoking and informative story based on the historic events surrounding the Levellers. With a Ranter thrown in for good measure.


Shared Lunch
Here are the photos from the 'Christmas' shared lunch that took place at the Meeting House on 22nd January 2017. A wonderful meal followed by marvellous entertainment. What a caring, sharing and talented bunch we have.
A fabulous afternoon.


The Art in Your Heart
Laurance Mendes took us through his workshop “The Art in Your Heart” A contemporary spiritual workshop through the worlds of seeing- photography and listening- music.


Meditative Singing
We had a lovely evening joining together in both sacred chants from around the world and Taize


Sustainability Shared Lunch
On Sunday 9th October 2016 we had a shared lunch to continue the discussion on how the Meeting could support sustainability. This followed up on some ideas from a Study Group on the subject held this July


Meeting Day Out
On 21st September 2016 6 of us from Worcester Meeting visited the National Memorial Arboretum on the UN Day of Peace.
We wondered around the extensive grounds before arriving at the Quaker Memorial where we joined with others for Meeting for Worship. We then listened to the story of how the place came into being.


A Taste of Africa
A fund raising event for FemPads took place at the Meeting House on Sunday 11th September 2016.
Emma Winscomb led The Rainbow Choir and others in some African singing and Drumlove added the rhythm of drum playing. During the interval there was African food.
There are also 3 videos on Worcester Quakers Facebook page.

The event raised over £620


May's Run for Life
May ran at the Redditch 5k Run for Life. She did it in the rain in 35 minutes.
Thanks to all those who gave on her Just Giving page.


Elfed's 80th Birthday Party
At lunch, after Mid-Week Meeting a few Friends gathered together to celebrate Elfed's 80th Birthday


Shared Lunch
A gathering to celebrate the New Year. The shared lunch was wonderful, as usual. The entertainment excellent


Fempads fund raiser
A bring and buy afternoon tea of sweet and savoury took place in the Meeting House on Sunday 1st November 2015. Sharon raised £280 and among other requirements hopes to buy, at long last, a new press stud machine for the fempads.


Concert for Syrian Refugees
On Saturday 26th september there was an acoustic concert in the Meeting House in aid of Syrian Refugees.
To date there has been a collection of over £1000. Thanks to Bob Young for the photos.


FemPads workshops
A pictorial story of how some of the Fempads get prepared and produced by willing volunteers building community in the Meeting House.
The outcome when received and delivered.


Living Adventurously
Photos of Worcester Quakers travelling around the country and the world and visiting places of Quaker interest.


A talk by Shumi Shahjahan
Shumi Shahjahan came after Meeting, with her mother and Sharon Multani, to talk briefly and answer questions about being a Muslim woman today.


Shared Lunch
Many Friends enjoyed the shared lunch, poems and music following Meeting to celebrate Val and Martin’s 10th Wedding Anniversary. It was a very pleasant memorable event.


Garden Party
The Garden Party held Saturday 8th August was a great success with around 40 adults and children attending. There was lots of food and lovely music and dancing. And over £11 was raised for Maggs from the refreshments. (Maggs is a local Worcester charity that provides for the homeless)
We made presentations to Mary Calloway who is moving to Manchester and Janis and John Bethel who are moving to Exmouth. Also to Monica Denham who has made a wonderful framed picture featuring Mary Speechley’s poem about our London Plane Tree. This is a very special picture with beautiful calligraphy which is now hanging in the lobby of the Meeting House.
Thanks to all who came and to those helped on the day.


The Flower Trail at the Meeting
We do not often have a lot of flowers but were very pleased to take part in the Flower Trail with other churches