Updated February 20, 2020. (See asterisk * for recent addition.)
Here’s a preview of upcoming traveling ministry among New England Yearly Meeting of Friends! Updates will be added as become available.
Thanks to the many persons who helped with preparations, will be hosting and eldering (accompanying), and otherwise sharing in what unfolds.
Beyond visitations, installation In Relation will be exhibited at Beacon Hill Friends House between Feb. 18 and Mar. 4!
Feb. 16: 10am to 11am, First Day worship with Fresh Pond MM (Cambridge). 11:30am to 1pm, monthly session on Spiritual Growth: “Listening in the Wilderness.” How does the Exodus story speak to our condition of climate breakdown? How do brokenness and promise coexist? What resonates from experiences of indigenous communities and Quaker ancestors?
Feb. 19: 8:30am to 10am, midweek worship with Friends Meeting at Cambridge.
Feb. 20: 7pm to 8:30pm, “Sacred Ground for Decolonizing”,a program at Beacon Hill Friends House (Boston); here’s the Facebook listing. I’m delighted to be joined by area Friends, Frederick Martin (Beacon Hill MM) and Stephen Gates (West Falmouth Preparative Mtg. ).
*Feb. 22: Dinner potluck and fellowship with Quaker City Unity Friends.
Feb. 23: Extended worship on First Day with Hanover MM.
Cape Cod: West Falmouth Preparative Meeting
Feb. 25: 1pm to 3pm, potluck followed by Meeting for Worship. East Sandwich Friends Meeting House.
Feb. 26: 5:30pm to 8:30pm, happily attending the program “Wampanoags Speak: History and Heritage” at the W. Falmouth Library with Quaker and Wampanoag contributors, including Erica Adams and Gail Melix. Full details are found here.
Mar. 1: 10:25am to 11:45am, First Day worship with Durham MM. Giving spoken ministry as part of semi-programmed worship.
Mar. 2: Daytime worship at Friends School of Portland.
6pm to 8:30pm, potluck and program with Portland MM.
Description: In listening to the Exodus story with an open heart, new Light shines on our condition today. We find Faithfulness empowered through Love, and Promise or Wholeness invited through Brokenness. The listening will trace our personal journeys amidst climate breakdown and also connect our varied concerns. This time combines ministry, worship sharing, and simple hands-on creative activity.