In the past year we have learned a lot about how to gather online as a community. Yearly Meetings, Quarterly and Monthly Meetings, and other Quaker organizations have been working to create community online and to find ways to allow Spirit to move us. As we transition from an all online world to a blended in-person and online one, it seems valuable to come together to share our learnings.
Join us on 3/7/21 at 10:30am for Silent Worship followed by a short music selection by Ed Aniski. We look forward to seeing you!
Pendle Hill’s newly-formed reading group focuses on a mix of Pendle Hill pamphlets and other Quaker materials, gathering monthly to consider queries about the reading in a spirit of worship sharing.
In February, we will be reading Gospel Order: A Quaker Understanding of Faithful Church Community (PHP #297) by Sandra L. Cronk.
This is the second in a series of articles about Quakers who’ve impacted the fields of education and contributed to global scientific, medical, political, or economic leadership. The first article was published on September 23 and covered Elise Goulding, Ezra Cornell, and Johns Hopkins.
Nitobe Inazo (1862-1933) was a Japanese Quaker who became the first Under Secretary General for the League of Nations. Nitobe was born into a samurai family on Honshu, the main island of Japan. While in college, he became a Christian and later a Friend. In 1884, He moved to the US for post-graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University. There he began attending Quaker meetings, telling friends, “I very much like their simplicity and earnestness.”
We are a vibrant, caring community, rich in diversity and Spirit. This snapshot — of just some of our members and attenders — is a great example of the joy we feel being in fellowship together. #GreenStreetRocks
See how to share it at www.pym.org/census