Oberlin Friends (Quaker) Meeting

OberlinQuakers.org                   Image: Kendal at Oberlin setup helpers.

Excerpt from OUR WELCOMING MINUTE approved and sent to Lake Erie Yearly Meeting:  
         “We are a spiritually diverse meeting representing many branches of American Quakerism. As a consequence, it is important for us to warmly affirm our commitment to welcome all into our worship. There is also a real concern to look behind the particular language of a ministry to the intention and the wisdom that prompted it. There is a warm, unified commitment of welcoming all and to respecting the diversity of our religious experience and expression.”

Unprogrammed ("silent") worship.
Everyone is welcome!  Members and visitors; students and townspeople; stay-at-homes and immigrants; refugees and migrants; gays and straights; introverts and extroverts; everyone else also.

Detailed map.

The Oberlin, Ohio, Meeting is a congregation of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).  We are affiliated with the Lake Erie Yearly Meeting and the Friends General Conference.

Transportation:
Call or text 440-574-9501 or 440-935-3176 before 10 A.M. any Sunday to arrange a ride from anywhere within Oberlin to the Meeting for Worship site.

Lunch:
After attending Meeting for Worship, we invite you to share lunch with us (at the Meeting's expense) at Kendal's Langston cafeteria.

 

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440-281-1348
Oberlin Friends Meeting
OberlinQuakers.org [email protected]
Education Building (Sun. 10:30-11:30 AM)
600 Kendal Dr/Blvd
Oberlin, OH 44074
United States
Oberlin Friends Meeting
PO Box 444
Oberlin, OH 44074-0444
United States

OFM Website Committee adheres to Lake Erie Yearly Meeting's Privacy Policy, pp. 23-24;
see RESOURCES for LINKS to Quaker Organizations' Links of Interest; LEYM.org, home page LEYM Procedures and Poliicies.

On Membership

Cloud Membership is NOT the Meeting Membership.

Four Pillars of Meeting for Business, Debbie Humphries, September 1, 2009
Friends Journal 
https://www.friendsjournal.org/2009098/
1) that the meeting is rooted in worship;
2) that the meeting is clerked;
3) that there is enough time, a sense of spaciousness;
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4) that decisions are made by sense of the meeting.