Cole‐Sullivan—Rebecca Sullivan (member, Atlanta [Ga.] Meeting) and Suzanne W. Cole (attender, Atlanta Meeting) married in the manner of Friends under […]
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Treadwell—Perry Edward Treadwell, 86, on June 25, 2018, in Decatur, Ga. Perry was born on June 18, 1932, in Chicago, […]
Pendergrast—John Brittain Pendergrast Jr., 99, on September 22, 2016, peacefully, at his beloved home in Atlanta, Ga. Britt was born on […]
Black—Susanna Maendel Black, 79, at home in Cookeville, Tenn., on August 31, 2015, surrounded by her family. Born in a […]
Cummings—Frank Edson Cummings, on his 76th birthday, in Eugene, Ore., from acute myeloid leukemia, surrounded by his family. He was […]
Siceloff—Courtney Parker Siceloff, 92, on January 28, 2014, in Savannah, Ga. Courtney was born on January 4, 1922, in Bartlett, […]
What are the deep patterns that underpin contemporary Quaker culture?
Keith Helmuth is a founding board member of Quaker Institute for the Future, a member of the Commission on Justice and Peace of the Canadian Council of Churches, and a member of New Brunswick Meeting in Canada. He can be contacted at [email protected].Posted in: Features, November 2015: Books and Pop Culture
Service work with young adult Friends.
Christina Repoley is a member of the Atlanta (Ga.) Meeting. She has served on staff in the Peace Building Program of American Friends Service Committee, Southeastern Regional office and as the coordinator of the Mexico Summer Project, one of AFSC’s last remaining workcamps for young adults. She served on Friends General Conference’s Youth Ministries Committee for six years, and recently served on FGC’s Stoking the Spiritual Fire of Quakerism Capital Campaign Steering Committee. Christina was a Woodruff Fellow at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology where she received a Master of Divinity in 2011. Following seminary, Christina served as Program Coordinator for the Faith and Service Program of the Cousins Family Foundation, where she worked with a national network of faith-based voluntary service programs and also with the Fund for Theological Education’s Volunteers Exploring Vocation program.Posted in: December 2012: Hospitality