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Picnic sponored by CPMM’s Membership Care Committee

Click the Chat and Chew title link above to read more.

The Chat & Chew Picnic is a sort of ‘mixer’, an opportunity for folks to get together and get to know each other more deeply. The food and table topics are enablers to help us sit around and share with each other. Over the years, we have noted that small groups help nurture our community.Chat & Chew is a small group opportunity with minimal commitment!


Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting to act on Mass Incarceration

On May 14, 2017, CPMM approved the following minute on mass incarceration:

As Quakers, we are proud of our abolitionist forebears.  To continue to claim that legacy with integrity we cannot be silent in the face of the 21st century face of slavery:  mass incarceration.  Silence is complicity. 


Dana Reinhold


George Lakey

By the time you read this I’ll be back in Britain for my equality traveling ministry to share the vision expressed in “Viking Economics: How the Scandinavians got it right and how we can, too.”

In August a number of British Friends volunteered, following my keynote of the Britain Yearly Meeting Gathering, to organize an October tour. They’ve organized venues in both Scotland and England, including bookshops, universities, and Meetinghouses. The tour includes a national gathering of Quaker activists.

CPMM's Peace and Social Concerns committee wants to call attention to a  below minute.

Minute 16.169 of Hanover Friends Meeting, On the Protection of Threatened Minorities, approved 12-18-16:


Council President Darrell Clarke

Room 494 City Hall
Broad and Market Streets
Philadelphia, Pa. 19106

September 11, 2016

Honorable Council President Clarke:

As representatives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Philadelphia, we call on City Council to hold public hearings this fall on climate change.