Haddonfield Quarterly

The Story of How a Film Intersects with PYM Youth Programs

As part of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting’s Runway to Annual Sessions, ‘We Are the Radical Monarchs’ is a two-part event for all ages (10-100!). The first event will be a community viewing of the documentary on June 11, followed by a facilitated discussion on June 13. Friends unable to join on June 11 can register and receive the […]

Videos from Preservation New Jersey

Founded in 1978, Preservation New Jersey is a statewide member-supported non-profit historic preservation organization. PNJ promotes the economic vitality, sustainability, and heritage of New Jersey’s diverse communities through advocacy and education.  Among their activities, they offer toolkits and other educational materials and publications. View some recent videos on topics such as preserving historic cemeteries, using social media to […]

Burlington Quarterly Meeting – December 20, 2020

Burlington Quarter Meeting will be held on Sunday, December 20. Starting at 10 AM, Cie Stroud and Michael Cabus will offer a presentation on digital and social media strategies for monthly meetings. Both have extensive experience working with social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. Cie Stroud is the Administrative Director of the Burlington […]

New Reflection Garden in memory of Mary Ann Bacon and Alice Edgerton

A number of years ago, Mary Ann Bacon was taking a walk in Mt. Holly, NJ, during her lunch hour, when she passed the John Woolman Memorial. Being a Quaker, Mary Ann knew about John Woolman, but what particularly drew her interest was the beautiful property.  She loved nature and gardening, and so she knocked […]

Governor signs legislation to release people in prison during the pandemic

AFSC PRISON WATCH staff member indicates “this is a good step in the right direction.” NEWARK, NJ (October 19, 2020) Today, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed the Public Health Emergency Act – a bill that will give up to 3000 people the possibility of earning time off their sentence during the COVID-19 pandemic. The legislation’s […]

Quaker Advocacy: Peace, People, Planet

Saturday, October 17. 1 PM, Eastern Standard Time. Join Dianne Randall, from Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) in Washington DC, and Andrew Lane from the Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) for the fourth session of FWCC’s Quaker Conversations Series. Hosted by the Friends World Committee for Consultation, this session will explore Quaker Advocacy, including when Friends’ prophetic […]

Parenting in COVID-19

By Melinda Wenner Bradley For the past six months, I’ve worked from home with my three children around me. My kids are older; this summer the youngest turned thirteen. And while I’ve been able to focus on my own work and called on very little to support their online learning last spring or this fall, […]

Haddonfield Quarterly Meeting Guest: Marcelle Martin

Following the Motions of Love with Marcelle Martin Sunday, October 25, 2020, 10 AM-12:30 PM  –  Online Following worship, Marcelle Martin will guide us in an interactive exploration of how to support one another in discerning and following the leadings of the Spirit. We’ll take inspiration from the example of faithful Friend John Woolman.  Our time […]

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