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Northern Yearly Meeting

Welcome to the website for Northern Yearly Meeting (NYM), an organization of Friends Meetings and Worship Groups, also known as Quakers, in Minnesota and Wisconsin, and including some groups in North Dakota and Iowa. These individual meetings are part of the larger world-wide family of the Religious Society of Friends. Within that family, NYM is affiliated with Friends General Conference (FGC). Other branches of Quakerism include Friends United Meetings (FUM) and Evangelical Friends International (EFI). Land Acknowledgement - toward right relationship with Native Peoples

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How to Use This Website - including member access

Subscribe to the NYM e-News and NYM Journal!


Check Events to find NYM scheduled virtual Meetings for Worship

Anti-Racism Working Group Resource page


Meeting Times

We welcome anyone who wishes to worship with us!

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What's New

Event Date: 
05/27/2022 - 5:00pm to 05/30/2022 - 1:00pm

Northern Yearly Meeting's annual session is planned for May 27-30, 2022 at the Lion's Camp in Rosholt, WI

More information to come!

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The summer 2021 issue of the NYM Journal is here!

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The Doctrine of Discovery (discoverer takes all) was the pre-eminent ideology used to assert that European nations had the right to claim and seize Indigenous lands, establish territorial power and subordinate or destroy Native peoples.

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Peace, Social and Earth Concerns Committee

Anti-Racism Subcommittee

Minute on the Doctrine of Discovery and Quaker Indian Boarding Schools

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Leave a message on Madison Friends Meeting voicemail at 608-256-2249.
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We welcome anyone who wishes to worship with us!

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