Meeting for Sufferings: Remembering human values

Friends at Meeting for Sufferings remembered former representatives and those on the Court and Prison Register on 6 July

The July Meeting for Sufferings (MfS)began with a reading from Grigor McClelland’s 1976 contribution to Quaker faith & practice: ‘What is important is that institutions and their administration be constantly tested against human values, and that those who are concerned about these values be prepared to grapple with the complex realities of modern society as it is.’

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