New England Yearly Meeting

A community of Quakers and Quaker meetings across New England.

Equality

The 2015 Sunday afternoon plenary featured a panel Friends from our Yearly Meeting speaking about their experiences of covenant community...
Introduced by Hannah Zwirner, Beacon Hill Friends Meeting, the panelists were Eden Grace from Beacon Hill Friends Meeting, Brian Drayton...
"Traces of the Trade" is a spellbinding account of the outer and inner journeys of descendents of the DeWolf family, the largest slave...
Short play retelling the story of Bayard Rustin being thrown off a bus and reacting non-violently. Drawn from original source material. ~10...
A play adapted from The Forbidden Schoolhouse by Suzanne Jurmain. Approx. 20 characters. Setting: Town of Canterbury, CT, 1832
Sanctuary as a concept that connects people in search of or seeking to offer safety, shelter, and basic provisioning of food and water...
This is a growing collection of individual lessons lovingly crafted by Friends in New England and sometimes beyond. Take inspiration and...
We as New England Yearly Meeting repudiate the Doctrine of Discovery. We are beginning a journey to consider the moral and spiritual implications of how we benefit from and have been harmed by the doctrine as individuals and meetings.
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...
Just as Friends have historically witnessed to the Light present among all races and genders, we witness that the Light is present among people of all sexual orientations and gender identities or gender expressions. We experience our sexuality and sexual identity as integral components of who we are as children of God.

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