Greenville Friends Meeting
We meet in the lower level of Daniel Chapel on the Furman University campus.
Sundays 11 am
"I have never lost the enjoyment of sitting in silence at the beginning of meeting, knowing that everything can happen, knowing the joy of utmost surprise; feeling that nothing is preordained, nothing is set, all is open.
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O Spirit of that early day,
So pure and strong and true,
Be with us in the narrow way
Our faithful fathers knew.
Give strength the evil to forsake,
Berea Friends Meeting applauds the establishment of the Uplifting Racial Justice Committee (SAYMA-URJ) and thanks those Friends whose leadership contributed to its creation.
Berea Friends Meeting notes that SAYMA-URJ "encourages Friends of European descent to support SAYMA-URJ by forming a separate committee or working group."
Berea Friends Meeting calls for the establishment of a complementary and cooperative SAYMA standing committee, provisionally named the Dismantling White Supremacy Committee (DWS), with the following mission:
"Wait all on the Lord that you may be settled and stayed in the Lord, and to grow up in the Light that gave forth the Scriptures, that there may be no stumbling about the words, which came from the Light. For no Creature can read the Scriptures t
Recently I have assumed the role of webpage administrator for the Greenville Friends Meeting. I would like to thank Denny Webster for her work on establishing our presence in the Quaker Cloud. I will now endeavor to add more content and maintain the webpage as a resource for members and attenders of Greenville Friends Meeting, as well as for any others who may be interested. Comments and suggestions are always welcome.