Sunday, July 22, 2018

This Sunday, in an attempt to broaden our “Quaker horizons”, we will consider these queries from Quakers in other countries:

Do you work gladly with other religious groups in the pursuit of common goals? [While remaining faithful to Quaker insights, try to enter imaginatively into the life and witness of other communities of faith, creating together the bonds of friendship.] From Australia Yearly Meeting

How do we maintain the tradition of living a simple life in a modern civilization that advocates a complex and superlative life? From  Cho-Nyon Kim, a Korean Quaker focused on the intersection of Confucianism, Buddhism. Taoism and Christianity as they impact daily life in Korea.

Please join us for Sunday morning worship.


Worship in Christ’s presence begins as the first persons arrive and settle into the silence. Doors are opened around 9:00 a.m. Community worship will begin around 10:00 a.m.


Looking Ahead:

July 29       Visit of Elizabeth Todd, Quaker serving in Ramallah.

August 5     Kim Burnham on the meaning of “peace” in other languages

        August 12   Rev. Ed Pace

August 19  “Seeing God in Yourself and Others”   Lois Kieffaber

August 26    Rev. Dan Berg