March 24, 2019, noon
Lee Sayles, Chana Kraus-Friedberg, and April Allison, Contemporary Quaker Poets.
What is a Quaker poet? A poet who goes to Quaker meeting? A poet who writes about Quaker-like themes? We don’t have the answers to these questions, but we’re hoping you’ll come help us think about them. Bring a poem to share that you love and think of as somehow Quaker-related, either one you’ve written or one by a favorite poet. Or just come to listen. We’ll bring some of our poems to read too.
March 31, 9 a.m
The School of the Spirit’s Angi York Crane will lead this special session on ”Participating in God’s Power.”
April 28, 2019, noon
John Yungblut: On the Evolutionary Potential of Quakerism. Yungblut saw Quakerism as a mystical movement that offers unique ways of evolving and meeting the spiritual needs of modern seekers, led by Karen Hooker.
Please refrain from using products with fragrances (natural or not). The fewer scented products (e.g., perfumes, aftershave, lotions, body washes, shampoos, cosmetics, laundry soap, and fabric softeners) we all use, the more likely people with respiratory conditions, chemical sensitivities and allergies will be able to enjoy and participate fully in RCF’s Adult Religious Education sessions. Thank you.