Francis Standish on creating a new place of refuge at Claridge House
I was a stranger and you took me in…
- Matthew 25:35
In early October 2018, as autumn’s gentle welcome attended us, we enjoyed the privilege of hosting seven refugees and asylum seekers at Claridge House, a Quaker-run retreat centre in Surrey, for two days and nights, as a pilot retreat project. Six of these guests were originally from different African countries, one from Bangladesh.
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