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Framingham Friends Meeting

Welcome Friends! 

Framingham Friends Meeting (Quakers) invites you to join us for worship at 10am each Sunday. Wherever you are on your journey, whatever life experience you bring, all seekers are welcome to join us on our journey of Spirit and service. Children are very welcome here!  Wheelchair accessible.

Meeting Times

Worship Sundays at 10am.  Monthly business meeting at 11:30am on the third Sunday of the month (Sept - June).

 

What's New

In following up on the proposals agreed to by Meeting for Worship with a Concern for Business in February, the Covid Coordinating Committee has detailed the following guidelines and requirements for use of the Meetinghouse. These have been posted at the Meetinghouse door:

FFM Meeting House COVID-19 Checklist

Additional details on Sector-Specific Protocols can be found at https://www.mass.gov/info-details/reopening-massachusetts

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The Ad Hoc COVID-19 Coordinating Committee has asked to schedule another threshing session at the rise of Meeting on 1/24/2021 to further explore Friends' thoughts and feelings regarding the request by the mid-week worship group to meet inside the Meetinghouse during the winter months. The Committee's hope is that we might be able to bring a revised proposal to Meeting for Worship with Concern for Business either to a called Meeting or the regular February Meeting. 
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MetroWest Unite for Democracy is holding a rally in support of democracy and insisting that all votes be counted on Wednesday, November 4, at 3:30 PM at the Memorial Building, 150 Concord Street in Framingham.  

Please use the following links to connnect to information about this event:

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Friends in New England Yearly Meeting are offering a variety of resources for worship and witness on Election Day.  Please click on the link for more information.

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Friends at Framingham approved the following minute at a Called Meeting for Business on Sunday 8.23.2020:

The Working Group on Racism presented a background document and proposal for a bail fund project to work with communities directly impacted by racist systems.  The proposal will establish a new fund, called the Bail Fund, using $10,000 from the meeting’s Bequest Reserve, with the following expectations:

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Worship with us!

(508) 877-1261
Meetinghouse
841 Edmands Road
Framingham, MA 01701
United States
Meeting Times: 

Worship Sundays at 10am.  Monthly business meeting at 11:30am on the third Sunday of the month (Sept - June).