George Fox on Spirituality, Community, Witness and Hope

During this day we will explore four well-known passages written by George Fox and listen to them performed in plainsong by Paulette Meier. What did these messages mean in the 17th century? What do they mean for us today?

Throughout his life, George Fox provided valuable guidance to the early Quaker community, offering hope and encouragement in difficult times. We will look at the following four examples.

  1. Spirituality: Be still and cool in thy own mind and Spirit
  2. Community: Meet together in that which is eternal
  3. Witness: Be patterns and examples
  4. Hope: An ocean of darkness and death, and an ocean of light and love

Category

Woodbrooke Where You Are – History & Theology

Tutor

Stuart Masters

Formats

1. In-person

One whole day

Fee: £700

Please note that in-person or online refers to the location of the tutor. For this course it is possible to have a combination of online and in-person participants if the meeting is suitably equipped and it is discussed in advance.

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