NEWS AND EVENTS
Heartland Friends Education Hour is
discussing the book Friends
for 350 Yearsby
Howard Brinton at 9:30 a.m. on most Sunday mornings.
makes available teachers trained in the
Montessori-inspired Faith and Play
storytelling and religious education with children during
worship on the first and third Sundays of each month. A light
sandwich lunch will be served after worship those Sundays. For more
information about Faith and Play click here.
The Heartland Friends
Special Needs Fund
has recently sent
contributions to Philadelphia Yearly Meeting to help repair damage to
the Little Egg Harbor Friends
Meetinghouse in Tuckerton, New Jersey damaged by hurricane
the New York Yearly Meeting to help repair the Flushing,
Meetinghouse, damaged by a falling tree during hurricane
The Little Egg Harbor meetinghouse was built in 1863. The Flushing
meetinghouse was built in 1694 and is the oldest house of worship in
New York State and the second oldest Quaker meetinghouse in the U.S.
about Religious tolerance and
Muslim-Christian understanding Click here to read
perspective concerning the War on
Terrorism. Click here to read it.
the Marriage amendment to the
Kansas constitution Click here to read it.
is located on
Sandwedge Circle, but what's a
sandwedge? What does it have to do with religion? Read "Far from Par" by Heartland Friends member
Patrice Stephenson to find out.
Read "Far from Par".