New Haven Friends Meeting
- Continuing to strengthen the Religious Society of Friends by providing key resources
- Fulfilling on-line/phone order sales for Friends and spiritual seekers
- Providing a distribution outlet for Quaker Press of FGC publications
- Ordering books of interest to our primary audiences
- Working to provide consignments to yearly meeting sessions and other events
- Running a vital Gathering store
The Quaker Religious Education Collaborative (QREC) is pleased to convene three online Conversation Circles on Quakers and the Bible. Many meetings are looking for new ways to overcome blocks or phobias that members may hold towards the Bible.
Free Workshop on Saturday, October 28. What role can social media (website, Facebook, Instagram, etc.) play in building our beloved faith community? Do the choices confuse you? Do you want specific recommendations for your Meeting or committee? You do not have to be a 'computer geek' to attend!
At its Meeting for Business on September 17, 2017 New Haven Friends approved a "minute"/commitment on working for immigration rights. The full text in the attached PDF.
New Haven Friends Meeting expresses its strong support for both refugees and undocumented immigrants in our community. As Quakers, “we believe that every person is loved and can be guided by God. Broadly speaking, we affirm that ‘there is that of God in everyone’." This is true whether or not they are carrying legal papers.
Please join us at 10:15 each Sunday before Meeting for Worship for a First Day School Circle. In the Circle, adults and children connect for a moment of quiet and fellowship. We sing songs and share rituals. All members of our community (not just those with children) are encouraged to attend. At 10:30, children wishing to stay for the first 15 min are welcome. Others will transition to lessons with teachers and loving child care. We have several teachers this year to meet the needs of different age groups.
On Sunday, August 13, 2017 peace and activist organizations held events in New Haven. The first gathering was to remember the deaths in Charlottesville, VA of Heather Heyer and two State Troopers responding to the melee in the city. New Haven Friends brought a call for nonviolent action with FCNL's sign "#Love Thy Neighbor, No Exception".
Worship with us!
Meeting for Worship Sun 10:30 - 11:30am (and Sept to May First Day School for children). Childcare for babies is provided year round.
Fellowship Hour Sun 11:30 to 12:30 with light refreshments and conversation