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Nurturing faith and Quaker practice
Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

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)

What's New

Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs):

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The First Day School Committee is seeking applicants for two positions in the First Day School Program: The Program Coordinator and the Education Coordinator.  Both Coordinators are paid positions and each position would be for up to 10 hours per week.  The FDS Committee is seeking first to recruit from within the Meeting Community.  Anyone with an interest in either position should contact Bob Newbery, Convener of FDS Committee for further information.  bobnewbery at gmail.com.

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Saturday, April 16 2:30 - 4:30 pm - The World We Seek: Now is the Time: Friends Committee on National Legislation will hold a regional meeting in support of the FCNL Capital Campaign The world we seek: we can live it. Now is the Time, to share the vision and enthusiasm for the future of FCNL's work for peace, justice, and a sustainable planet. There will also be time for a question and answer session. This will be held at the Lussier Center; 3101 Lake Farm Road, Madison,Wisconsin. Refreshments will be served. Diane Randall, executive Secretary of FCNL will be speaking.

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Northern Yearly Meeting 2016 Annual Session is May 27-30 at the Lion's Camp in Rosholt, WI. The brochure and Registration materials, including simple foods registration, are available on the NYM website (www.northernyearlymeeting.org). You may also find some paper copies in the Meetinghouse library.

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04/03/2016 - 7:00pm

Each year the Madison Rafah Sister City Project sponsors a fund raising event to commemorate the work and life of Rachel Corrie who was killed by an Israeli bulldozer as she was protesting the demolition of a family home in Rafah, Gaza Strip, Pale

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At the Feb. 7th MfB, it was suggested that individuals/families who may be seeking financial aid express their preliminary interest to the Finance Committee (FC), as soon as possible. March 1 was a target deadline, but not a final deadline to submit a formal request for financial aid. However, in order to allow enough time for the FC to review requests, please don't hesitate to inquire about aid, even if your plans to attend NYM and/or FGC Gathering are still uncertain.

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(608) 256-2249
Madison Friends Meetinghouse
1704 Roberts Court
Madison, WI 53711
United States
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MEETING TIMES

FIRST DAY (Sunday): Meetings for worship: 8:30a.m. and 11:30a.m. (New schedule began Feb. 7!)

- 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 11:30. Other children and youth go to their own programs after attending the first 15 minutes of 11:30worship. 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.