Meeting approves the following Minute on Income Inequality, Economic Inequality and Social Justice, noting our desire to share it widely, and acknowledging the discernment involved in preparing it:
18-06-01: As Quakers, we are called to treat our fellow human beings with the utmost respect, dignity and care, including those with whom we disagree strongly.
"A minute – a record of a corporate decision by a Friends body convened for considering business." From Pacific Yearly Meeting's Faith and Practice.
There’s something special about Santa Monica Quakerism, Quaker process and our workshops about Clerking. Over the past few years, we have been able to offer a number of Clerking Worships to members and attenders of our Meeting.
Some pictures of our poetic Friends, reciting at the meetinghouse on Sunday, March 5, 2017, in a program by Judith Searle and Tim Vreeland, with guest poet Stan Searl, entitled "Aging in the Light: Challenges and Rewards of the Later Years", an Ad
On January 19, 2017, Stan Searl of the Adult Education Committee attended a talk by Carla Pestana at UCLA, “Quaker Mobility and the Threat to English America.” Carla Gardina Pestana is a Professor and Joyce Appleby Endowed Chair in UCLA’s history