Contemplating “Friends in the Arts” has drawn me into thinking about Quakers and creativity, and how this vital force has […]
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Caroline Balderston Parry grew up in Goshen (Pa.) Meeting and is currently a member of Ottawa (Ont.) Meeting. Her website is http://www.openconcept.ca/caroline/ © 2002 Caroline Balderston ParryPosted in: Features
On the road home from the wedding of Muriel Bishop and Douglas Summers, reunited after many years apart, a beautiful, […]
Caroline Balderston Parry, a member of Ottawa (Ont.) Meeting, is seeking a publisher for a book-length collection of Heron Reflections.Posted in: Features, March 2001
This month’s reviews include The Essential Elias Hicks, The Oxford Handbook of Quaker Studies, and A Guidebook to Prayer.
Recently I attended a Unitarian Universalist Sunday service in Montreal, where the congregation was in the midst of their annual […]
Caroline Balderston Parry is a member of Ottawa Meeting in Canada.Posted in: Features
I. Turkish Countryside, December 2000 Minarets point past Greek, Roman, Christian ruins, across dry landscapes. Sun‐leathered farmers till small fields, […]
Caroline Balderston Parry is a member of Ottawa (Ont.) Meeting but spends most of her Sundays at the First Unitarian congregation where she is currently their director of religious education.Posted in: Features
My car died in Toronto, three days before Christmas, 2000. Desperate to get to Ottawa, my home for over a […]
Caroline Balderston Parry walks, bikes, and buses in Ottawa, Ontario, where she is a member of Ottawa Meeting and works for the local Unitarians as interim director of religious education.Posted in: Features
Letters from our readers.
Community and a strong sense of togetherness are what stand out most when I think about what it means to […]
Nan Bowles, a member of Des Moines Valley Meeting in Iowa, attends Beaufort (N.C.) Worship Group. She is working on the manuscript of a book, Golden Thread Time: A Window into the Marsh Way of Community Life, which is an expanded version of this article.Posted in: Features