The PYM Calendar

Please note: The PYM Calendar is for all events in the PYM region under the care of any Quaker meeting, organization, school, committee, collaborative, or other group. Events hosted by individuals are not permitted.

2nd Saturday SING! And DINNER @ Mount Holly Meeting
Jan 20 @ 6:00 pm
6:00 pm
We begin with a light meal at 6 o’clock followed by music and singing out of the Rise Up Singing Book. Instruments, voices, listeners – all welcome! PARKING AVAILABLE BEHIND MEETINGHOUSE ON GARDEN ST. We are on the corner of High and Garden Streets. This is a monthly event –Every second Saturday at Mount Holly meeting. We’d love to have ...
Winter Film Night: Saving Capitalism @ Haddonfield Monthly Meeting
Jan 26 @ 6:00 pm
Winter Film Night:  Saving Capitalism @ Haddonfield Monthly Meeting  | Haddonfield | New Jersey | United States
6:00 pm
Following pizza and salad, at 7 PM we will watch Robert Reich’s film, Saving Capitalism, which examines inequality in the US. This will be followed by a brief clip from Rev. Barber regarding The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, and general discussion. (Note: gluten free and vegan options will be available.)
Feb 10 all-day
12:00 am
Learn and gain information about: Challenges faced by inmates and life in prison, Treatments and re-entry programs and services, Alternative approaches to punishment and Community engagement. Workshop leaders: Dr. Sami Abdel-Salam, asst. professor of Criminal Justice at WCU; Dr Michael Antonio, asst. professor at WCU; Ms Laura Taylor, Alternatives to Violence Project and Christine Nye available to talk about local ...
Friends’ Hicksite-Orthodox Schism @ Wilmington Friends Meeting House
Feb 16 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Friends' Hicksite-Orthodox Schism @ Wilmington Friends Meeting House | Wilmington | Delaware | United States
7:30 pm
Thomas Hamm, a leading expert on the history of Quakers in America, will give a talk on the Hicksite-Orthodox schism, which divided Friends’ Meetings across the United States and continued from the early 1800s to the mid-1900s. Professor Hamm teaches history at Earlham College, is curator of their Quaker Collection, and is a Pendle Hill board member.