Durham Friends Meeting
Have you ever wondered: What sort of a religion is this in which I find myself involved? What is its history? What does it stand for? How is it practiced and what are its principal theological tenets? Come find out! All interested adults and teens are invited to attend Durham Meeting’s annual “Quakerism 101” mini course beginning on Thursday evening, January 23rd. Bob Passmore and John Hunter will be your guides.
Durham Friends Meeting has a vibrant and continually growing program for children and youth of all ages.
All interested adults and teens are invited to attend Durham Meeting's annual “Quakerism-101” mini course beginning on Thursday evening, January 19th. Bob Passmore and John Hunter will be your guides.
Forum on First Day April 24th: An Introduction to Experiment With Light
Be still awhile from thy own thoughts, searching, seeking, desires, and imaginations, and be stayed in the principle of God in thee...And thou being come to the principle of God [within], which hath been transgressed [by thee], it will keep thee humble; and [to] the humble God will teach his way, which is peace... George Fox’s advice to Elizabeth Cromwell Claypole, 1658:
This page is under development. A future version will document the history of buildings on our campus.
The Finance Committee seeks to assist Meeting Committees in their stewardship of Meeting funds through providing a dedicated Finance Committee Liaison to each who can answer questions about our flexible budgeting process, help with reimbursements