Gainesville Friends Meeting encourages use of the Meetinghouse for activities that are consistent with Quaker testimonies and values.
5:00 - 6:00 pm Mondays.
Weekly peaceful witness at the corner of 23rd Avenue and 43rd Street in Gainesville (near the Fresh Market)
Gainesville Quaker Meeting now has a Wednesday night Meeting.
5:30 pm ---- 30 minutes of program consisting of Spiritual Explorations, including (among others)
Bible, Koran, Torah, and other texts
Quaker thought and philosphy
early Quaker writings
6:00 pm --- simple meal
7:00pm --- Meeting for Worship
Gainesville Quaker Meeting
Meeting for Worship: First Day (Sunday) 11:00 am
First Day School: First Day 11:15 am
Fellowship: First Day 12:00 pm
Meeting for Worship for Business: Second First Day of the Month: 12:45 pm
Mid-Week Meeting Fourth Day 5:30 pm
In today's Opinion Section of the New York Times was an interesting piece about Quakers and the use of pronouns. The only thing the writer really got wrong was the mistaken idea that modern Friends no longer use "thee" and "thou". But, nevertheless, interesting.
What would right relationship among Native and non-Native peoples of North America look like? How can we begin to take steps in that direction in our communities, places of worship, schools, and other institutions?
The Toward Right Relationship with Native Peoples (TRR) program promotes education, reflection, dialogue, and action in response to these queries.