New England Yearly Meeting

A community of Quakers and Quaker meetings across New England.

NEYM News

This month, read about upcoming workshops, continue the Virtual Plenary experiment, and find out what Friends are doing in New England and...
The Working Party of Racial Social Economic Justice Committee (RSEJ) seeks applications for grants from the Prejudice and Poverty Fund. We...
(as told by the summer 2018 staff) You know your work matters because impacting campers is so important. It feels like even the little...
At Annual Sessions in August 2019, Lisa Graustein (Beacon Hill, MA, Friends Meeting) will facilitate a plenary (whole group) session...
I am very pleased to share with you that the Bible Half-Hour speaker at Annual Sessions this summer will be Colin Saxton, and the plenary...
Nurturing Faithfulness is a program for individuals who have a spiritual nudge to orient one's heart towards the Divine, be more faithful...

The Latest from Committees & Programs

Registration is open for the Living Letters: Cuba Yearly Meeting 118th Anniversary Trip! North American Friends will be traveling November...
Give over thine own willing, give over thy own running, give over thine own desiring to know or be anything and sink down to the seed which...
When I first started worshiping with Quakers in the late 1960s, like many newcomers I was attracted initially by the testimonies of peace,...
The Legacy Gift Committee of New England Yearly Meeting is pleased to announce the grant awards for spring 2018. NEYM Future Fund:...
You are invited to The Quaker Religious Education Collaborative’s 5th Annual Conference & Retreat, August 17–19, 2018, at Powell House...
Where have you found living water in a dry place this month? This month: rediscovering the springs of living water, continuing work to...
On April 21, 2018, Concord Friends Meeting in New Hampshire completed the installation of solar panels, supported in part by a grant from...
On April 21-22, 2018, Middlebury, VT, Friends Meeting hosted a wonderful workshop on Experiments in Expanding Quaker Worship: Forms with...
Quakers established the American Friends Service Committee in 1917 to give conscientious objectors a way to serve—driving ambulances,...
In June of 2015 concerns about racism, white privilege, and injustice in our society appeared in the vocal ministry at Fresh Pond Meeting...

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