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Student Voices Project 2021
We Would Still Be Here
The following is an expanded version of Madison’s poem that appeared in the May 2021 print edition.
Madison Rose Maas
"Locked out after Letterman, / hesitant to knock, / I tried to find my keys..."
Test Results You’re negative.Are you sure?I’m positive. normalcy in chaos hearing her harping on all that’s changedsince this virus struckmakes me…
Carl "Papa" Palmer
With Just the Door Ajar
The freedom to go in and out.
How to Attend a Quaker Meeting for the First Time
FJ Poetry: "In the old meetinghouse ..."
There is space for all.
Reinventing Pendle Hill’s morning worship.
An interview with Francisco Burgos and Traci Hjelt Sullivan
Student Voices Project 2020
Saving the Park
I woke up and immediately knew what I wanted to do. It was a warm sunny day in May, a…
Wanted: A Network of Soul Connection
How do we build faith communities where we really know one another?
Thou Shalt Wear Comfy Shoes
Do our attitudes toward formal dress push people out the door?
Suzanne W. Cole Sullivan
FJ Poetry: "Sitting in bed she gazes at the river, ..."
The Importance of Noise During Silent Worship
Sometimes we need the buses, dogs, and loud neighbors to enter the deepest silence of the meetinghouse.
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