Hearken to the Light, 
that ye may feel the 
power of God in every 
one of you.
            --George Fox



Meeting for Worship
Sundays 10:30-11:30 AM 
(Nursery and child care available)

Opening Exercises  
Sundays 10:00 AM
I
n the School House, before Meeting for Worship
  September-June

First Day School  
Sundays
10:30-11:30 AM
September-June

Meeting for Business
 last Sunday of each month,
following Meeting for Worship

Eating Meeting 
2nd Sunday
potluck lunch after Meeting for Worship  
September-June

The spirituality that is real to us finds its inner strength in the mystical experience of connectedness with each other and with the whole of creation. This is the deep, still, vibrant centre that transcends time. From that dynamic place it is possible to turn outwards and work in one’s available and chosen action spaces to help make manifest the harmony that is already known.
                                                                Jillian Wychel and David James, 1991
We, as Friends, are concerned about the world we live in, both the plight of nature and the land and the people who live upon it. According to Faith and Practice, “we’re meant to live in obedience to the Light of Truth within, and through this witness to contribute to the transformation of the world through the Light of Truth.”

We believe in the equality of all peoples before God. To this end, we have sought out rights for women and minorities, campaigned for better prison conditions, fought against slavery in the 19th century, and more recently have taken stands against discrimination and prejudice. We believe that everyone has the right to equality and self-determination—the control of their individual lives. Using non-violent means, we have sought to change society’s attitudes and practices.

As Friends, we also believe in the preservation of God’s world. We recognize that the well-being of the planet we live on is a spiritual concern, and it’s through the wonders of Nature that we can see God. And how we treat the Earth and its creatures as a whole is our responsibility.

Thus, in this section of our Web site we wet forth our concerns for social justice and care of the environment.

Go to Our Social Concerns Page

Go to Our Environment Page


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MOVIES FOR INSPIRATION

"In a Better World"
Directed by Susanne Bier. Denmark. 2010.
A compelling film about bullying.
Read a review.

"The Last Mountain"
Directed by Bill Haney. U.S.. 2011
An in-depth documentary about mountain-top coal mining in West Viriginia, based on Robert F. Kennedy Jr's book Crimes Against Nature.

Read a review.

"Binta y La Gran Idea"
(Binta and the Great Idea): A short film about education for all children in Africa told from a seven-year-old's point of view which has won several awards, including the 2007 Oscar for best live action short film. French with English subtitles. View it online.

"Food, Inc."
Filmmaker Robert Kenner lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that's been hidden from the American consumer with the consent of our government's regulatory agencies, USDA and FDA.

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