Founded in 1939, Buffalo Quaker Meeting follows the tradition of an “unprogrammed” meeting. There is no pastor, no ceremony, and no pulpit. We meet together in silence and prayerful meditation to try and reconnect with the Spirit of God. Meeting for Worship generally lasts about an hour.
All are welcome!
A friend of mine has a button that says, “An oil spill is a crisis, but a solar spill is just a nice day.” Isn’t that a good thing in which to invest?
The existence of programmed and unprogrammed meetings should be seen as Quaker Complementarity, and not the clash of continents.
This internet experience reminds me that spirit is available to all of us everywhere at all times.
A Quaker book group facilitated through Facebook is currently reading through Quaker Process For Friends on the Benches by Mathilda Navias.
Teacher Prudence Crandall made a stand against slavery and racism nearly 150 years ago.