Ingrid Greenhow spoke to the trustees' report at Meeting for Sufferings
Meeting for Sufferings met at Friends House in London on Saturday 2 July and, unusually, shared the building with about 900 joyfully singing Catholics.
The first item of business was the Britain Yearly Meeting (BYM) trustees’ report of their meeting held from 17 to 19 June at Bull Street Meeting House in Birmingham. Their clerk, Ingrid Greenhow, spoke to the minutes. She updated Meeting for Sufferings regarding the risks and opportunities trustees see Britain Yearly Meeting (BYM) facing.
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