All are welcome to join Moorestown F/friends for a discussion of William Taber’s essay, ‘Four Doors to Meeting for Worship.’ Taber proposes that one way to enter the deeper experience of community worship is to imagine passing through a series of four stages, or doors. This essay describes these doors and invites worshipers to explore their thresholds; we are considering them in a series of four adult religious education sessions. In March, we reflect on the second door, The Door Inward. We discussed The Door Before in February, and will reflect on The Door Within in April and The Door Beyond in May. Hard copies of this essay, Pendle Hill Pamphlet #306, are available from Pendle Hill for $7.50. Click here to learn and share with us on Sunday, March 21 at 11:15 am, or phone 646-558-8656 and use meeting ID 785 699 478.
PYM’s Travel and Witness Granting Group makes grants to support active service and witness by individuals following leadings of the Spirit. Recent grants help illustrate the types of travel and projects that bear witness to the overall granting mission of the Travel and Witness Granting Group. We write about one particular grant recipient today – to Elom Tettey-Tamaklo. Elom has been awarded two travel grants to visit the Isreal – Palestine region.