When Ecumenical Accompaniers (EAs) return home, they carry out public speaking engagements around the country to share their experiences in the field and communicate the work of the programme. These meetings are open to all.
If you would like to invite an EA to speak at a meeting in your area, please contact the EAPPI Programme Coordinator at email@example.com or tel: 020 7663 1144.
The latest list of confirmed public speaker meetings is shown below. For more details about a particular event, please contact us.
For information on other QPSW speaking events please visit our general Speakers page.
- Wednesday 17 December - 8pm - Wimbledon Quaker Meeting House, Wimbledon - speaker: Nikki Ray
- Wednesday 7 January - 7pm - The Williams Morris Meeting Rooms, Wimbledon - speaker: Nikki Ray
- Thursday 8 January - 8pm - RISC cafe, Reading - speaker: Lindsey Sharpe
- Sunday 11 January - 10am - Christ Church, West Wimbledon, Wimbledon - speaker: Nikki Ray
- Tuesday 13 January - 7.30pm - New Malden Methodist Church, New Malden - speaker: Nikki Ray
- Thursday 15 January - 2pm - Town Hall Lydney, Gloucestershire - speaker: Ann Davison
- Sunday 18 January - 7pm - Portobello & Joppa Parish Church, Main Hall - speaker: Bron Currie
- Sunday 18 January - 12pm (following morning worship) - St Mary's Cathedral, 300 Great Western Rd, Glasgow - speaker: Bron Currie
- Thursday 22 January - 9.30pm - Old Sarum College, Salisbury - speaker: Lindsey Sharpe
- Friday 23 January - 7pm - Conway Hall Holborn, London - speaker: Nikki Ray
- Tuesday 3 February - 7pm - St Matthew's Hall Douglas, Isle of Man - speaker: Phil Craine
- Wednesday 4 February - 7.30pm - A' Chleit Church Hall Muasdale, Kintyre - speaker: Bronwen Currie
- Sunday 15 February - tbc- Sutton Quaker Meeting House, Sutton - speaker: Nikki Ray
- Monday 23 February - 8pm - The Cricketers Pub, Richmond Green Richmond - speaker: Nikki Ray
- Wednesday 25 February - 7.30pm - Saville Street Methodist Church Malton, North Yorkshire - speaker: Ken Hodgson
- Tuesday 3 March - 7.30pm - St Thomas's Church Hall, Douglas, Isle of Man - speaker: Phil Craine