Mary Waddington in Friends Journal

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Gifts from the Closet

It’s Saturday and I’ve managed to keep it open. I’m determined to clean out the closet in my spare room […]

Mary Waddington, of Salem (N.J.) Meeting, is a holistic health practitioner and is called to pastoral care work among Friends. She has been involved in prison ministry for eight years and is currently writing a memoir about this experience.

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Fallen Salem Oak. Photo by essica Waddington.

The Mighty Salem Oak

Remembering a tree that has seen much Lenape and Quaker history over its 600‐year lifespan.

Jessica Waddington is a member of Salem (N.J.) Meeting. She grew up across the street from the historic Salem Oak and Friends Burial Ground, where many of her relatives are buried. She now lives in Cherry Hill, N.J., with her husband, Adam Ross, and their dog, Luna. Mary Julia Street is milestones editor for Friends Journal.

Posted in: Remembrance, September 2019
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Traveling in the Ministry — But Not on Horseback

It’s the 21st century, and we Quakers are still doing it, traveling in pairs great distances to nurture small and […]

Mary Waddington is a member of Salem (N.J.) Meeting. This article first appeared in the Salem Quarterly Meeting Newsletter.

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Milestones December 2014

Births, deaths, and celebrations.

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Words on Caring, a Care Committee, and Community

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An Interview with Chuck Fager

Chuck Fager is clerk of the Fellowship of Quakers in the Arts (FQA). He has recently been appointed director of […]

Robert Dockhorn is senior editor of Friends Journal.

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