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  • Room 101, Pastoral and Spiritual Support Centre, 1 Kirkby Terrace

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A meeting for worship usually lasts for an hour. In Quaker worship there are no ministers or creeds. We first gather together in silence to quiet our minds – we don't have set hymns, prayers or sermons.
In the stillness we open our hearts and lives to new insights and guidance. Sometimes we are moved to share what we discover with those present. We call this 'ministry'. We listen to what everyone has to say to find its meaning for us. Anyone can give ministry, including visitors.
What happens in the stillness?
In the quiet we look for a sense of connection. This might be a connection with those around us, with our deepest selves, or perhaps with God. As we feel this sense of encounter grow stronger, we may begin to see the world and our relationships in a new way. Our worship may take us beyond our own thoughts and ideas to help us respond more creatively to the world around us.
University students and staff are invited to drop in and join us at our monthly sessions upstairs in meeting room 101 at the Pastoral and Spiritual Support Centre, 1 Kirkby Terrace (opposite James Street Vaults). 
If you have any specific access requirements related to a disability, please let us know in advance by emailing spiritualsupport@plymouth.ac.uk.
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