Madison Friends Meeting
We welcome you to explore the Madison Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. In worship we gather for an hour to listen for the presence of Spirit within-- our inward teacher. We wait in the power of this silent communion which is the foundation of our worship.
The spiritual quality of our faith and practice has been enriched over the years by the full participation and leadership of all Friends and friends. We celebrate the inclusion of individuals, couples, or families of all backgrounds and constellations in every aspect of the life of our Meeting.
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We are an FGC-affiliated, unprogrammed meeting.
(Friends General Conference)
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Apr 26: Quaker Topics: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) - 10:00 downstairs. The AFSC Committee will explain the Chicago Faith Coalition on Middle East Policy and AFSC No Way to Treat a Child campaign and show the film Cold Stone Justice. The film, produced by an Australian TV station, shows how the Israeli army targets Palestinian boys for arrest and detention.
— Please register by May 1 — Details and Registration
Wisconsin Lions Camp in Rosholt, Wisconsin: The wooded camp surrounds a small lake and has modern, accessible facilities.
Theme: Climate Change: Turning awareness into action
Everyone is invited to campout at Camp Woodbrooke! Families can drive out the afternoon of May 16th or just for the day on the 17th. We will work on some projects for Camp Woodbrooke, have a potluck dinner, and camp out. Sunday morning we will have a pancake breakfast, Meeting for Worship, and another potluck lunch before heading home. Families will need to care for and be responsible for their own children. RSVP needed: contact childprog @ madisonfriends.org
Please consider joining members of Ministry and Counsel, Kathy White and Chuck Schobert, for an extended meeting for worship, Saturday, April 18. The purpose of extended meeting for worship is to creat
The El Salvador Committee of Northern Yearly Meeting (NYM) of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) announces a one month long teaching and learning opportunity for adults 18 and over in July 2015.
Local Vegetables from Los Jalapeños Community Supported Agriculture (CSA): Meeting hosts a pick-up site for this Farley Center project. Join for $450; pick up your box of vegetables Sunday at the meetinghouse, June –Oct, 20 weeks. CSA members can get a rebate of $200 from participating HMOs. Some Friends seek to share a box, alternate weeks or splitting. Questions/interest in sharing, email jalapenosCSA@gmail.com or call Sarah, 317-445-1806.
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Worship with us!
FIRST DAY (Sunday): Meetings for worship: 8:45 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.
- Weekly Gathering Program & Fellowship: 9:45 to 11:10 a.m. Food and various activities for all ages.
- Nursery childcare is provided for young children downstairs during 11:15 Meeting for Worship and other times as announced.
- Our high schoolers begin their program at 11:15. Other children and youth go to their own programs after attending the first 15 minutes of 11:15 worship. Find out more about our First Day School and how to register on the First Day School page.
SECOND DAY (Monday): Meeting for Worship: 5:30 p.m.
FOURTH DAY(Wednesday): Meeting for Worship: 5:30 p.m.