Caln Quarterly Meeting
Undoing Racism: How Shall We Be? Forum Held at RMM On Sunday, October 16th, 2016 Worship and Ministry Commiee sponsored a forum aended by more than 30 RMM members, aenders and visitors from Caln Quarter on the topic of Undoing Racism. The presen.ng team of four women from the Philadelphia area, Joan Broadﬁeld, Victoria Greene, Gabrielle James, and Maire Moriarity, came to share their personal journey to become members and aenders of Quaker worship. While taking ques.ons from par.cipants Ms.
Experience the artful, playful, outrageously funny, and deeply moving storytelling craft of Peterson Toscano. Connecting issues and ideas to bizarre personal experiences, literature, science, and even the odd Bible story, Peterson takes his audience on an off-beat mental mind trip.
A shapeshifter, he transforms right before your eyes into a whole cast of comic characters who explore the serious worlds of gender, sexuality, privilege, religion, and environmental justice.
Drumore Friends Meetinghouse and Cemetery: Celebrating its 200th anniversary:
October 1st 10 am – 3 pm: Drumore township of Lancaster county.
Starting at 10 AM we will offer self-guided tours of three historic Drumore homes / farms including Quaker Underground Railroad agent, Joseph Smith's barn.
From Noon until 1 PM there will be a BBQ lunch at Susquehannock State Park.
Downingtown Friends will hold a meeting for worship on Thursday, June 16 at 7:00pm at Old Caln Meeting House (901 North Caln Road, Coatesville, PA 19320). All are welcome to attend.
After the first Death Cafe held by Downingtown Friends Meeting, people had a positive experience and asked for future gatherings. We invite friends from Caln Quarter and others who are interested to attend the Second Downingtown Friends Death Cafe.
Intention: An open dialog to slowly help us become free of this fear and live fully, realizing how precious life is.
RSVP: Please do, so we can plan the amount of tea and cake.