Powell House is the New York Yearly Meeting (NYYM) retreat, which offers weekends exploring various Quaker issues, topics, and events.
Mom had only been gone two months when we went to France, but neither of those obvious reminders of death made me think of her; rather, it was The Tuileries Garden.
There will be a make-up Meeting for Business at 9:15 AM on Sunday, April 22. There will be no potluck meal following Meeting for Worship.
Exploring perspectives to the Quaker practice of sitting in silence at Meeting for Worship.
Due to an ice storm which has created unsafe driving conditions, all April 15th events including meeting for business, meeting for worship and potluck have been canceled.
Each spring Buffalo Meeting sends a delegation to the VOICE Buffalo Annual Awards Banquet.
Buffalo Quaker Meeting, in collaboration with the Center on Conscience & War and Conscience Studio, will be presenting a performance of "This Evil Thing," a one-man play written and performed by acclaimed British actor Michael Mears on Sunday, April 8th beginning at 2:00 pm at the Buffalo History Museum.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. required his adherents to take this pledge against violence.
In recognition of April as Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month, the Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) is encouraging Friends to communicate with their Congressional representatives to voice their support of diplomacy and peaceful conflict prevention.
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.
Buffalo Quakers are experimenting with an online form of Meeting for Worship.
Ministry & Counsel is seeking input for the 2017 State of the Society Report.
Buffalo Quakers are on Facebook.