Programmed Quaker Worship in the Kenyan tradition, followed by social time. Everyone is invited to this monthly worship (on the second First Day) with Kenyan Quakers in the Baltimore area. For information, contact Gilbert Imbayi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are still discerning if this will be an entirely virtual event or hybrid. Information will be included in the Announcements as decisions are made.
Parfaite Ntahuba and some of her colleagues from Friends Women’s' Association in Burundi (African Great Lakes Initiative), will join us for a Zoom gathering on June 13, at 9 am. Our guests will focus on the work for women’s economic empowerment in Kamenge and bring us up to date on the Burundi clinic. For more information, please contact Sandi Morton.
Those who will have an audio-only connection can call 301-715-8592. The meeting ID is 443 703 2591 and the password is 5116. Note: We are limited to 100 participants.
You are invited - in person or via zoom
Sandy Spring Friends Meeting
Saturday, June 19th @ 2 PM
The program is a sensory feast that includes:
• Libation calling in the ancestors
• Angelique Palmer performing spoken word
• Sharp Street Church Liturgical Dancers performing a dance called “I Can’t Breathe”
• Roxanne Jarrett singing “Simple Gifts”
• Collaborative art
• Food and beverages
• and more…
Don’t miss the celebration at Sandy Spring Friends Meeting, 17715 Meeting House Rd, Sandy Spring, MD 20860 or via Zoom
Buddhism is a religion / spiritual practice that does not include a theistic belief. The goal of practice and prayer is to free oneself and all sentient beings from the suffering (dukkha) of desires and aversions for the purpose of achieving release and enlightenment. Buddhists don't pray to a god(s) but offer loving friendliness, kindness (metta) or compassion to oneself and our fellow travelers in life.
Join us for a panel discussion of members from the St. Mark's Meditation Center, a sangha (spiritual community) of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington. Joe Izzo, a member of Friends Meeting of Washington and of IMCW will moderate the discussion about Buddhism and prayer with participant interaction and Q&A encouraged. We will end the session with an experience of offering metta for all.
Workshop presenter: Joseph Izzo, email@example.com, cell 202-425-0496. Joe is a member of FMW. Please contact via e-mail to register your attendance by Thursday, June 24, 2021.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Our Quaker experience includes contemplation and action. How do the two complement each other? How do Quaker communities nurture activism and lift up the journeys of those who participate in activism? Six activist Friends will have a conversation about this. The conversationalists are Tronette Anochie, Barbara Briggs, Steve Chase, Rashid Darden, Zephyr Williams and Tom Yonker. Gene Throwe will facilitate the conversation.
Questions? Please get in touch with Sabrina McCarthy.