New England Yearly Meeting

A community of Quakers and Quaker meetings across New England.

Workshops & Retreats

How We Win: A Workshop on Nonviolent Direct Action

In this participatory workshop led by George Lakey, a social movement veteran and the author of the new book How We Win: A Guide to Nonviolent Direct...

Advocacy for the Long Haul

A strategic advocacy workshop with the Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL). Learn skills transferable to lobbying on any issue at any...

Letting the Light Lead: Spirited Explorations of Racial Identity

Friends throughout New England Yearly Meeting have been engaged in liberating conversations about racial identity and awareness (in part because of a...

Art Camp

Art Camp is a weekend gathering for adult artists of all media and faiths to explore art as a spiritual practice in a summer camp setting. Art Camp...

Continuing Revolution: Experimenting Beyond Capitalism

Young adult Quakers and seekers (ages 18 to 35) are invited to Pendle Hill for our annual young adult conference, taking place June 7–12, 2019! The...

Young Adult Spiritual Nurture Series: Clerking in the 21st Century

Clerking is a skill that we hear a lot about but don't often get officially taught. This weekend will refresh us on what we know already (or *think*...

Hidden in Plain Sight: Finding Love in the Bible

God is Love, but then there’s the Bible… Some Friends find guidance and comfort there, others hesitate to look inside. “…for the letter killeth, but...

How We Win: A Workshop with George Lakey on Nonviolent Direct Action Campaigning

In this interactive workshop led by movement veteran George Lakey, participants will engage in a lively exploration of how to use direct action...

Does how we manage our money matter?

Does it matter how we manage the money flowing into and out of our lives? And if so, how do we integrate our values with our decisions about...

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New England Yearly Meeting of Friends

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