New England Yearly Meeting

A community of Quakers and Quaker meetings across New England.

Civil Rights

The 2015 Sunday afternoon plenary featured a panel Friends from our Yearly Meeting speaking about their experiences of covenant community...
A Racial Justice Curriculum for Young Friends is a 10-lesson curriculum helping high school-aged Friends to grapple with racial justice...
Short play retelling the story of Bayard Rustin being thrown off a bus and reacting non-violently. Drawn from original source material. ~10...
This is a growing collection of individual lessons lovingly crafted by Friends in New England and sometimes beyond. Take inspiration and...
Friends in New England Yearly Meeting experience the varieties of love in our community as gifts of God. We are all children of God, and we...
. . . The Meeting approved a letter of prayerful support to the non-violent resistance movement started by the Montgomery Improvement...
. . . Helen Griffith expressed a concern that a message of encouragement be sent to the group in Mont­gomery, Alabama, that have been using...
Summary of incoming epistles includes full statement from Pacific Coast Yearly Meeting to all Friends and the press: “The spirit of Christ...
“Harold N. Burnham asked what activities in Quaker schools tend to foster the interest in peace and inter­national relations, also in the...
(following reports of Moses Brown, Lincoln, and Oak Grove Schools) “Concern was expressed that the Yearly Meeting schools include children...
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New England Yearly Meeting of Friends

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