Cleveland Friends Meeting
The entrance to the Meeting Room is at the rear of the Church of the Covenant.
There is an alley off Ford Drive opposite Hessler St, which is marked one way to the east, although the alley is two-way. Turn west into the alley.
There is parking along the alleyway behind the church..There are signs on the sidewalk and the door marking the entrance.
To access the entrance without encountering stairs, go past the entrance to the end of the sidewalk.
Beginning Wednesday, 17 March from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, we will be reading aloud together from The Essential Elias Hicks.
Some of you may have taken advantage of this course last spring, but if you did not, it is being offered again from 26 April to 16 May. The course is free. The key instructor is Ben Pink Dandelion, who is an instructor at Woodbrooke Quaker Centre and frequent author of books on Quaker history and theology. A number of other scholars of the early Friends movement also participate. Many of the sessions are held at historic locations (Pendle Hill, Swarthmore Hall, Firbank Fell) so you also get a visual picture of where early Quaker history evolved.
We are not for names, nor men, nor titles of Government, nor are we for this party nor against the other, but we are for justice and mercy and truth and peace and true freedom, that these may be exalted in our nation, and that goodness, righteousness, meekness, temperance, peace and unity with God, and with one another, that these things may abound.
Edward Burrough, 1659
About World Quaker Day
We are a harvest of survivors. But then, that's what we've always been."
-Octavia E. Butler, Parable of the Sower
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