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Second in a series of interfaith dialogues hosted by Hanover Friends Meeting

Sunday, January 28, 2018 2-4 pm

Location: Hanover Friends Meetinghouse (43 Lebanon St. Hanover, NH 03755)

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Saturday, March 3, 2018, 7-10 pm

Location: Hanover Friends Meetinghouse (43 Lebanon Street, Hanover, NH 03755)

Annie and Peter will be presenting an intimate family-friendly singalong concert of folk music. This is a terrific opportunity to sing with the people who "made the books" (Rise Up Singing and their 2015 sequel Rise Again).

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In order to see a full 'announcement' or 'story', click on the headline - it's in a large font and colored blue - as the Quaker Cloud doesn't allow a viewer to scroll down when you get to the bottom of the window. 

A friendly reminder from your clerk who is learning how to navigate our website by trial and error! ;-) 

Len 

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Fran Brokaw has resurrected our dormant 8 year old Facebook group but with a revised name
and access policy:

Hanover Friends Meeting

It is now a Public Group and Fran is the Administrator. 38 persons are currently members
of the group. If you are a member, you can add others. Anyone can see the group, its
members and what they post in News Feed, search and other places on Facebook.

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A series of interfaith dialogues hosted by Hanover Friends Meeting (Quakers)

Many of us feel rocked to our core at this time in history, when living in love is challenged by political events, and a deep divisiveness among Americans.  Some of us feel overwhelmed, angry, scattered, impotent, self-righteous, ineffective, discouraged.  How do we proceed to live our lives with integrity in these difficult and painful times? How can people sustain their activism and not suffer burnout? How can activists stay on course and remain grounded?

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Such a Time as This: A Response to Hate and Violence
Aug 18, 2017
Fritz Weiss, Noah Merrill, Sarah Gant and Honor Woodrow
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