Baltimore Yearly Meeting is the regional organizing unit for the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in the area of central Pennsylvania, Maryland, parts of West Virginia, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. It is through membership in a Yearly Meeting that individual Quakers become connected with the larger Quaker movement worldwide. "In fellowship, in deep listening, in waiting worship, in commitment to each other, it richly rewards those who embrace the challenge of being a Yearly Meeting Friend." (2011 draft Faith and Practice)
Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
Seeks a STRIDE Coordinator
Baltimore Yearly Meeting (BYM) is seeking a Coordinator for its Strengthening Transformative Relationships In Diverse Environments (STRIDE) Program. The STRIDE Program is a volunteer-based program, composed primarily of young adults who have been involved in the BYM camping program and who live in urban communities across the Mid-Atlantic. The program works to actively live out the Quaker values of community and equity by increasing the attendance, participation, ownership, and leadership of people from underrepresented backgrounds at every stage of the BYM camping program. STRIDE Core Groups carry out the work of the program. To date, Core Groups have been active in Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, DC, and Charlottesville.
Baltimore Yearly Meeting is Hiring Junior Young Friends Assistant!
The JYF Assistant works in close cooperation and collaboration with the Youth Programs Manager. Jointly, they are responsible for co-leading weekend Quaker conferences for the middle-school aged youth of Baltimore Yearly Meeting.
Information about services from the Yearly Meeting available for our local Meetings and worshiping communities is listed here.
If you took ten steps from your door into nature, what reflections might come up? Watch this slide show about a Unity With Nature project and send us your video BEFORE Annual Session 2019. Instructions appear in the slide show.
An opportunity for Quakers to experience deep worship and consider together how to strengthen the spiritual heart of their meetings, invite others into deeper Quaker practice, transmit Quaker faith and practice, develop greater ability to exercise discernment, encourage spiritual formation and the naming and development of spiritual gifts among all ages, and tend to the special needs of Friends in the Meeting while caring for the Meeting as a whole. For more information and to register: pendlehill.org/learn/the-pendle-hill-quaker-institute-2019/
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