An opportunity to reflect on the Pilgrimage for COP26 – through silent reflection, individual sharing and group discussion
For anyone who has walked with, or in other ways supported, the Pilgrimage for COP26, this is an opportunity to gather and reflect on our personal and collective experience.
Starting with a period of silence, participants will then be invited to share their own experience of the pilgrimage. This sharing will follow the custom of a Quaker Meeting, allowing people to share their own testimony without entering into discussion as a group.
The second half of our gathering will be less formal. We’ll take time to review our collective experience and chart pathways for future collaboration.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions Glasgow Quaker Meeting House can only accommodate 30 participants in the main meeting space. A smaller over-spill space can be made available if required.
With this in mind, registration is limited and priority will be given to individuals who have been more closely involved with the Pilgrimage for COP26, whether through walking or in other ways supporting the pilgrimage en route.