For this year’s project, Quaker‐affiliated students tell stories about creating change in their local communities.
Grace extended in the most unlikely of places.
Kat Griffith is a writer, activist, and former teacher and homeschooler. She is a member of the Winnebago Worship Group in east-central Wisconsin. She wants you to know that the goddess of safety would have won out today: grace in the time of coronavirus will surely find vehicles other than unwrapped chocolate donuts!Posted in: Features, Friends Face a Pandemic/Thin Spaces
When the bounds of self, other, life, and death dissolve.
John Andrew Gallery is a member of Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia (Pa.), which meets at the historic Arch Street Meeting House. More information about John and his spiritual writing is available at johnandrewgallery.com.Posted in: Features, Friends Face a Pandemic/Thin Spaces
Finding the place where deep hunger can be met by deep joy.
Jennifer Kavanagh is a speaker, teacher, and writer on the Spirit-led life and has published 11 books. This article is excerpted and adapted from The World Is Our Cloister. She is an associate tutor at Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre and a member of Westminster Meeting in London, UK. Her website is jenniferkavanagh.co.uk.Posted in: Features, Friends Face a Pandemic/Thin Spaces
The power of using our pain in service to others.
Diane D’Angelo is a hospice chaplain endorsed by Mountain View Meeting in Denver, Colo., where she is a grateful member. Contact: [email protected].Posted in: Features, Friends Face a Pandemic/Thin Spaces
The fruits of spiritual surrender.
Michael Wajda has traveled widely among Friends. In 2018, his monthly meeting recognized his call “to strengthen our time-tested foundational posture of reliance on God’s Living Presence.” Michael is a member of Goshen (Pa.) Meeting, but he and his wife recently moved to Bennington, Vt. Contact: [email protected]Posted in: Features, Friends Face a Pandemic/Thin Spaces
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