Quakerism 101 Returns Feb 20th

We are looking forward to Tuesday, February 20 at 7pm, when the Ann Arbor Meeting will present a Quakerism 101 session on Guides to Faith and Practice written by Friends (get flyer here). The session will explore the history of how our non-creedal society came to create and use such documents; the experience of Friends who have created, developed, and revised these guides; and how they are maintained as living documents as meetings grow and change. The session will include an interactive exercise in which small groups will review passages from various Faith and Practice guides and experience the process of spirit-led discerning together as might be done in developing such a guide. 

Advance materials for the small group sessions are available at Q101 Materials Feb 20. These are not required reading for participation, but you may find them useful. The Zoom link is the same as always: https://tinyurl.com/quaker101
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Both new and seasoned Friends, teens and adults, can connect at these gatherings as we share and explore our knowledge, understandings, and questions about the Society of Friends.

Future scheduled sessions include the following:

  • March 21 (Thursday): What Friends Believe (offered by Kalamazoo)
  • May 16 (Thursday): Introduction to Quaker Service Organizations (offered by Red Cedar)

For more information on the Quakerism 101 series, check out it’s home page here.

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