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As we adjust our lives to social distancing/sheltering at home/working at home, John Gallery has suggested that Friends can read The Journal of John Woolman independently over the next several weeks. Then we can meet together to discuss what was learned, once it's possible to do so. The Journal is readily available in print, and via Project Gutenberg (search for it on Google).  If you're interested in learning more, please contact John directly.

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Friends, we hold evening meeting for worship on Wednesdays at 6:00 pm. The doors open at 5:30.

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Several times over the last few months, meeting members and attenders cooked dinner at Old First Reformed UCC"s social hall. Since 1984, the church sponsors a men's shelter during the winter months. For several years,  a group of MMFP volunteers have taken on the responsibility of shopping and cooking for a dinner for the men's evening meal. More dates are on the "events" tab.

Thanks to Ed and Katie for organizing this worthwhile activity, and to all those who have shown up to cook and spend time at the shelter!

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Members of the meeting take care of the rose garden on the meetinghouse grounds. (Other volunteers garden in the front area.) The rose garden has developed and matured into a multicolored haven for bees and other beneficial insects, as well as providing an attractive greeting area to those who enter from the parking lot or 4th St. entrances.

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