An experiment with online programmed meeting for worship.
Rachel Guaraldi in Friends Journal
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Rachel Guaraldi is an interfaith hospital chaplain, Quaker minister, and spiritual director. As a lifelong Quaker and member of Beacon Hill Meeting in Boston, Mass., Rachel has facilitated dialogue among Quaker, ecumenical, and interfaith communities for over a decade. To join and participate in the online programmed meeting for worship, please visit rachelguaraldi.com/pmfw.
Posted in: Features, June/July 2017: Reimagining the Quaker Ecosystem
Returning home doesn’t mean leaving the journey behind. Podcast and video author chat available.
Rachel Guaraldi is a practitioner and scholar of peace-building, interreligious dialogue, and community development. She is a member of Beacon Hill Meeting in Boston, Mass., and is currently part of a clinical pastoral education program in Boston where she is training to be a hospital chaplain.
Posted in: Features, February 2015: Life Transitions
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Stories of a wandering generation.
Betsy Blake was recently accused of having a fake ID during a night out dancing, but she is in fact 36 years old. Currently residing in Philadelphia, Betsy is self-employed as a business and communications consultant for progressive businesses and organizations. She can be reached at [email protected]betsyblake.com.
The original version of this article included more of the author’s stories of the experiences of her generation of Friends. You can read the un-cut version of “Quakerism Left Me” (original) here.
Posted in: December 2013: Outside the Quaker Bubble, Features
The fractured nature of the Quaker community breaks a Friend’s heart
Kate Pruitt is lab director at a small hospital in North Carolina. After farming organically for 18 years, she returned to her home state to escape the weather and find community. Connecting and exploring the Quaker way beginning in 2005 has opened up her spiritual path.
Posted in: June/July 2017: Reimagining the Quaker Ecosystem, Online Features
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Prophetic, Persistent, Powerful by Bridget Moix
Mistress Dyer and the Wilderness, poetry by Anne Miles