Multnomah Friends Meeting
Filmmaker Tom Weidlinger made a film in 1972 that records some of the experience of a Quaker Meeting for Worship, a Quaker marriage, and statements by several members of the Multnomah Friends Meeting. He has recently edited the film and
Minute of Support for Standing Rock Sioux
Multnomah Friends Meeting (Quakers) in Portland, Oregon thanks the Standing Rock Sioux for bringing together tribes and peoples from across the country and around the world to protect water. We know that water is life and that water, like spirit, connects all living things.
We join our voices with those who oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline because expanding fossil fuel use will accelerate climate change and further damage our planet.
Here is the Fall-Winter 2016 edition of Peace Ways by the Friends Peace Teams.
See the attached flier for details about the Transgender Day of Remembrance.
You are invited to participate in a Portland Interfaith Prayer Assembly. The five-week, six-service prayer vigil will kick off on Sept. 25, 2016.
Here are a few reasons to take part:
1. Americans are divided among many different lines — politics, neighborhoods, school
districts, race, socio-economic status.
2. We have a tendency to surround ourselves with people who are like us — furthering
3. Houses of worship can be the place where people come together. But we need God’s
Worship with us!
Early Worship: Sunday 8:15-9:30
Sunday Morning Adult Discussion: Sunday 8:15 - 9:45 am
Regular Meeting: Sunday 10:00 - 11:15 am
First Day (Sunday) School & Day Care: Sunday 10:15 - 11:15 am
Social Hour: 11:15 - 12 Noon
Business Meeting: 3rd Sunday of the month, 12:15 pm
Bible Study: Monday 7 - 8 am
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