September 2015 Newsletter

August 28, 2015   |   Categorised in:

From the Clerk’s Corner:

The Sound of Silence

A recent article in the Friend (“All life is sacred”, by John Myill: 14 August 2015) considers the question, why do we worship in silence? John Myhill, from Norfolk and Waveney Area Meeting, reminds us that “We do not worship in silence because silence is sacred and speech secular. We worship in silence because it enables us to listen to one another and to speak what seems most important to us, to get to know each other in the things that are eternal.”…

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