Clearwater Friends Meeting
Clearwater Friends Meeting is an “unprogrammed” Monthly Meeting associated with the Southeastern Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends and Friends General Conference
Our weekly Meeting for Worship is held each First Day (Sunday) 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
at the Scottish American Society Hall 917 Louden Avenue, Dunedin, Florida 34698
Directions: From Mease Hospital and the intersection with SR 580, follow Main Street towards downtown Dunedin for ¼ mile. Louden Avenue is on the right.
Our Meeting accepts that not everyone has the same journey of faith, and that each of us may express our spiritual beliefs in different ways. You will find no written dogma, nor will you be asked to recite a prayer or sing a hymn that expresses someone else's belief. We strive to listen to the "still small voice within" for guidance in all our meetings.
Quaker Meeting for Worship is a vibrant silence of waiting in expectancy. The silence is not an emptiness crying out to be filled, but a disciplined and contemplative openness to the Spirit of God. Our practice is to listen attentively to the harmony of the silent waiting and to the ministry that may arise from the silence.
We value the testimonies of simplicity, peace, integrity, community and equality.
The first step to peace is to stand still in the Light....
George Fox, 1653
Each year our members and attenders meet to discuss the Spiritual State of the Meeting in response to questions suggested by Southeastern Yearly Meeting. All SEYM Meetings participate in this process.
From the Friends Committee on National Legislation:
Every day, we at FCNL hear the same question from people around the country: “what can I do to change what’s happening in the world?” And, our 75 years on Capitol Hill have shown us the answer: you can lobby!
According to congressional staff, Constituent lobby visits are the most effective way to influence the policy decisions of members of Congress. If you’ve been calling your members of Congress’ offices and are ready to take the next step, this is your opportunity.
Have you served in a dangerous-duty Military or First Responder assignment that caused your soul to be bruised or wounded? Do you work in a burn-out risk environment such as Hospice, ICU, or the ER? Are you a clinician who wants to learn how to assess and respond to SOUL INJURIES in your patients, your family, or your self?
Common Courtesy Is a Small Step Toward Racial Healing
Commentary by Roy Peter Clark
QuakerSpeak is a project of Friends Journal and is directed by Jon Watts.
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Please explore the links below for some of the human services available in our community. A notebook of resource information is also available at Meetings for Worship.