Program Details

 

First Day School Program

Sundays, concurrent with Meeting for Worship (Sept-June)

First Day School is held concurrent with Meeting for Worship at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays. The children are divided into two age groups: Explorers (ages 8 and older) and Wonderers (ages 3-7). Childcare is provided for children too young to participate in the programs.

   Sept 14: Explorers: Bible Study
                 Wonderers: Godly Play, Parable of the Good Shepherd

   Sept 21: Explorers: Dying T-shirts with Walnuts and Marigolds
                 Wonderers: Godly Play, Parable of the Mustard Seed

   Sept 28: Explorers: Silence and Its Uses
                 Wonderers: Godly Play, Parable of the Sower

 

1st First Day Program

First Sunday of the month after potluck dinner

October 5: Welcome/Welcome Back Picnic

November 2: TBA

 

 

 

Adult Religious Education Program

Sundays, 9:15-10:15  a.m.

 

What did George Fox Mean by "That of God in Everyone"?

Summer RE program will consist of a variety of readings.  There will be a two session series that will explore hat honor and Quaker practice.  This discussion will be base on “Hat Honour, self-identity and commitment in early Quakerism,” which is an article from a recent issue of Quaker History  written by Sussan Wareham Watkins. The summer will end with an extended discussion on the topic of “that of God in everyone.  This discussion will be base on  “‘That of God in Every Man’-- What Did George Fox Mean by It?” which is an article from Quaker Religious Thought written by Lewis Benson.

9/14     Results of Answering that of God
9/21     That of God in contemporary Quaker usage
9/28     That of God in contemporary peace
                  and social  testimonies

 

 

Spiritual Seekers Information and Discussion Program

Fifth Sundays, 12:30 to 3:30 pm.:  November 30

People come to Friends meetings for various reasons, many visit as part of a personal spiritual journey of seeking out a religious tradition that speaks to their condition.  The Spiritual Seekers Information and Discussion Program is a way to find out more about Quaker faith and practice as well as an opportunity to explore how Quaker faith and practice relates to your own personal spiritual journey.  Childcare is available as requested.