Horsham Quaker meeting is an active friendly community with on average 14-18 people attending Sunday Worship & 10-12 on Wednesdays.
This page is designed specifically for our meeting community: members, attenders and visitors. As well as specific details of Meeting roles, business news and mailings, this page also gives a flavour of our meeting life with details of recent, current & upcoming projects, trips, events and news. There are also details of our Young Peoples meeting and activities.
Clerk: Jacinta White
Assistant clerk: Maggie Weir-Wilson
Pastoral Care: Marilyn Quail and Maggie Weir-Wilson
Treasurer: Michael Sturdy
Treasurer's Assistants: Martin Chick, Maggie Weir-Wilson,
Convenor of Premises Committee: Martin Chick
In Sept 2018, many of us took a trip up to Cumbria (better known to Quakers as 1652 country in honour of George Fox's founding of the Quaker Faith) to discover more about our Quaker history... and each other!
We stayed in Swarthmoor Hall on the edge of Ulverstone where Margaret Fell had her family home, and where George Fox came to stay. The rest as they say is history....
Horsham Light Meditation group met once a month at the meeting house but this had to stop during Covid lock-down. It comprised 4-5 Friends and was not a drop in group. If you would like to see this group restarted please contact the Pastoral Care team,
About Experiment with Light Practice:
Experiment with Light (EWL) is a Quaker practice which is based on early Friends' discoveries. It was devised in 1996 by Quaker and theologian Rex Ambler, following his study of early Friends' writings.
At the core of the practice is a meditation that guides Experimenters through the following steps: