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.

Oct 22 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm
10:00 am
Three restorative justice programs bring hope and practical tools to people in South Jersey: • Camden School District’s conflict resolution program – guest TBA • Alternatives to Violence (AVP) training helps transform anger and violence into dialogue and hope – with Marty Smith, Moorestown Meeting. • The Garden Project for women emerging from prison, preparing to re-enter the community – ...
Nov 11 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
WE CAN DO IT DAY!   Spiritual Growth through Teaching, Service, and Mentoring @ Burlington Meetinghouse and Conference Center  | Burlington | New Jersey | United States
10:00 am
We Can Do It Day is for parents, those who care for children, Religious Education and others who seek to celebrate and nurture the children in our community. The program will begin with a keynote presentation, “Nurturing the Spirit in Children and Adults” Following lunch, four workshops will be offered: Ideas for Service Projects, Innovations in First Day School Teaching, ...
Nov 17 @ 4:00 pm – Nov 19 @ 1:00 pm
Clerking: Serving the Community with Joy and Confidence @ Pendle Hill Brinton House | Nether Providence Township | Pennsylvania | United States
4:00 pm
Join Arthur Larrabee for Pendle Hill’s annual Clerking Workshop, “Clerking: Serving the Community with Joy and Confidence.” Incoming and seasoned clerks will gain wisdom about the art of listening and guiding meetings to a sense of the meeting from Arthur, a veteran clerk, and from each other. Come away with a compendium of Arthur’s written work on clerking and contacts ...
May 25 – May 28 all-day
Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology @ Pendle Hill | Owosso | Michigan | United States
12:00 am
Since 1943, the Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology has gathered annually on Memorial Day Weekend. A meeting between Carl Jung and a group of Quakers during World War II spawned the conference as an effort to help members and others know themselves more deeply, and thus, perhaps reduce the likelihood of a repeat of the war. Today the conference ...