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An introduction to the May issue on Gender and Sexuality.
Martin Kelley is senior editor of Friends Journal.Posted in: Among Friends, May 2016: Gender and Sexuality
Exploring the language we use to clarify, claim, and understand identity.
Lisa Graustein is a member of Beacon Hill Meeting in Boston, Mass. She is a mother, high school teacher, diversity trainer, and a former young friends coordinator for New England Yearly Meeting. She is active in working for greater equity in schools and the Religious Society of Friends.Posted in: Features, May 2016: Gender and Sexuality
The Quaker sweat lodge has been a very powerful and transformative experience for many young Friends. Indeed, there are a […]
I am responding to Chuck Fager’s recent letter on Friends General Conference and the Quaker Sweat Lodge (“Finding a Way […]
The most remarkable event in the long, sad saga of the Quaker Sweat Lodge (QSL) controversy took place at the […]
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The experience of a Friends education leads to a teaching career.
Galen McNemar Hamann is a member of Friends Meeting at Cambridge (Mass.). She is director of Friends education at Moses Brown School, where she teaches religion and ethics and serves as a spiritual counselor. She also serves as a multi-faith chaplain in local hospitals.Posted in: April 2014: Education, Features
My thoughts about Friends United Meeting and its relationship with Friends in New England have changed a lot over the […]
Hannah Zwirner is a lifelong attender of Beacon Hill Meeting in Boston and of New England Yearly Meeting. She is currently studying religion and history at Harvard Extension School. Over the years as she has grown into the adult community in NEYM, she has felt a strong calling to help the yearly meeting learn to communicate effectively with each other and to involve Young Adult Friends in both worship and business.Posted in: Features
Letting the Higher Power Do It by Anonymous