Evening Programs Events
Love comes in many forms, and the motion of love in our lives can lead us to a wide variety of actions. We'll hear from three Friends whose lives and work in the world are shaped-- in very different ways-- by the motion of love. Read more.
These small-group sessions often spark new leadings and insights. Choose from varied topics likely to include peace and justice issues, international conflict and peace-making, education, economics, spirituality, and other Quaker concerns.
To offer an interest group, submit a completed proposal by May 7.
Concert for All Ages
Tony Vacca is an innovative American percussionist. He incorporates percussion instruments from a world of traditions that includes African, Caribbean, Asian and Middle-Eastern influences, to which he adds some of his spoken word and rhythm poetry. The Senegalese group called Bideew Bou Bess creates music that is an effortless, innovative fusion of traditions and languages. In collaboration, these musicians will bring us a fabulous evening of rhythm, lyric and song. Read more.
How are peace, equality, and simplicity related to catastrophic climate change? Why is nonviolent direct action, and even civil disobedience, necessary to secure our children’s future? The Executive Director of Greenpeace International will invite Quakers to act and witness powerfully for a more just and sustainable way of living on the earth. Read more.