News & Announcements

Marty Crouch, a beloved member of Multnomah Meeting, died at home at 1:25 PM on Monday, September 11. Details about a future Memorial Service for Marty will be forthcoming and announced in the Weekly Bulletin and, time permitting, the Newsletter.

The worship service for Eddy and Marty, planned for their home on Wednesday evening, September 13, will be held as planned. This will be an opportunity to be present with Eddy in the early days following Marty's death.


Kenyan peace activist and social change agent Getry Agizah will make two presentations in June at the Multnomah Friends Meetinghouse, 4312 SE Stark in Portland.

On Sunday, June 11 at Noon “Overcoming Election Polarization: Lessons from Kenya”

On Friday, June 16 at 7 PM “Healing and Rebuilding our Communities: A Kenyan Perspective”


Thank you, Multnomah Friends, for your support of Young Adult Friend and Advocacy Corps member Sitara Nath during Friends Committee on National Legislation’s 2017  Spring Lobby Weekend. We are grateful for your support of this incredible annual FCNL event which gathers young adults from across the country to Washington D.C. to experience advocacy firsthand. Friends were incredible in this support and faithful work!


An attender at Multnomah Monthly Meeting, Mitchell Santine Gould, is the leading authority on Walt Whitman's Quakerism. He will be giving a lecture on "Whitman @ 200," on Whitman's birthday, May 31, 2017, 7pm at The Old Church, 1422 SW 11th Avenue.


Dear Friend,

Due to the ongoing road conditions presenting difficulty in getting to the Meetinghouse for many, we have decided to postpone Meeting for Worship for Business and Potluck for this coming Sunday, 1/15.
January's Meeting for Worship for Business and Potluck will be on the following Sunday, 1/22.
Early Morning Worship at 8:15 am and Meeting for Worship at 10:00 am will still be held for those who are able to travel safely to the meetinghouse.


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.


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