On Thursday, June 24 at 7:30pm, Moorestown Friends Meeting’s Anti-Racism Committee members will offer a range of ideas for books, articles, movies, videos, podcasts – and maybe more – that brought them new insights into racism and racial justice. We’ll share a few quick takes as well as longer works, and welcome your ideas as well. Please join us to help support the important work F/friends are doing in support of our testament of equality; click here or phone 646-558-8656 and use meeting ID 873 3565 8140.
The Quarter gathers April 25, 2021 by Zoom. This spring session, hosted by West Philadelphia Friends Meeting, marks both a full cycle and a new beginning.
Registration is easy. CLICK here. Two (2) Zoom links, one for morning and afternoon, will be emailed immediately to your inbox.
Join us for morning worship and fellowship with West Philly Friends; and then gather from 1- 4 PM for our host’s program AND spirit-led business.
Discover what emerges after we settle into deep winter reflection and renewal – asking ‘What work is ours as a Quarterly Meeting? What piece of God’s work is PQM called to take on?
Program: Discover West Philadelphia Friends Meeting and their Work and Nurture. We will hear about West Philadelphia Friends Meeting’s unique preparative meeting under the care of Green Street Friends Meeting and discuss how the meeting supports individual and group engagement with the world. Topics will include WPFM’s community-based work including its Demolishing White Supremacy group, Spiritual Nurture program, clearness committees, and support for individual leadings.
The PQM Spiritual State of the Quarter will be shared.
The Clerk will present The Way Forward – plan for PQM in next year, based on the prayerful work we have done together these past months.
Meet with friends across the quarter to consider what work we feel Spirit calls us to do together.
Change is in the air! Join us for some or all of the day.
Quakers have a long history of political engagement. As the midterm elections approach, the PYM / FCNL Legislative Policy Collaborative encourages all Friends to engage in constructive dialogue with candidates at Town Hall Meetings and via Letters to the Editor.
FCNL’s website section on Questions for Candidates offers nonpartisan guidance on issues Friends care about.