The service will begin at 10 AM. Contributions in her name can be made to the Kelly School Library Fund; c/o Germantown Monthly Meeting; 47 W. Coulter Str. Phila. PA 19144. Contributions may also be made to the Ridgeway Scheirer Fund for Peace and Justice. Mail to 1515 Cherry St.; Phila. PA 19102 to the attention of the Development Office.
Directed by experienced filmmaker, and Friend, Janet Gardner, this unique, new 80 minute documentary reveals the “spiritual DNA” seemingly shared between iconic Quakers such as Fox, Fell, Penn, Woolman, Mott, Paul and Rustin and todays’s activist Friends like Earth Quaker Action Team,
Quarterly Meeting Schedule: 8:15-8:30 Sign-In 8:30-9:45 Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business 10:00-11:00 Program by Friends Fiduciary 11:15-12:00 Meeting for Worship 12:15-1:00 Lunch provided by Concord Meeting Children – child care will be available, with crafts.
Please join the Philadelphia Quarter for our July business meeting, held for the first time at Ujima Friends Peace Center. Worship will start at 2:00 pm and will be followed by a social hour and potluck, a program, and finally our quarterly business meeting — all are welcome!
Please join the Philadelphia Quarter for our July business meeting and potluck. Worship will begin at 2:00 pm at Ujima Friends Peace center and will be followed by a social hour and potluck, a program put on by Ujima, and our quarterly business meeting–all are welcome and encouraged to attend!
The PYM Spiritual Formation Collaborative will sponsor a twenty-four hours pre-Annual Sessions Retreat for all interested Friends at TCNJ. The Pre-Sessions Retreat will be an opportunity to ground the work before us in Spirit through recreation and renewal exploring the themes of Reflection, Reigniting and Reconnecting. Opening worship will begin at 2 pm. The retreat will conclude on Wednesday, ...
The Sessions Coordinating Committee is excited to offer our 2008 Annual Sessions at The College of New Jersey in Ewing, NJ. “Annual Sessions” is a time when Friends of every age from 100+ meetings can gather for fun, business, and fellowship. We are guided by Spirit in worship as we conduct shared business, and we also plan collective projects and ...
Our General Secretary has invited all Friends in Philadelphia Yearly Meeting to visit two meetings each year as a way to know one another better and experience the breadth and diversity of our faith community. We also invite you to share a snapshot report of your experience after each visit, using the form below. We will post Friends’ stories and pictures on our website as a record of the travel amongst ourselves.
Choose a meeting that is a neighbor or very far away. Consider traveling with a friend. Try a meeting that is in a city or way out in the country. Visit a very large or very small meeting. Try one because you like its name or because it’s in a place you have never been. We have so many meetings to choose from!