News & Announcements
Have you ever wondered: What sort of a religion is this in which I find myself involved? What is its history? What does it stand for? How is it practiced and what are its principal theological tenets? Come find out! All interested adults and teens are invited to attend Durham Meeting’s annual “Quakerism 101” mini course beginning on Thursday evening, January 23rd. Bob Passmore and John Hunter will be your guides.
Forum on First Day April 24th: An Introduction to Experiment With Light
Be still awhile from thy own thoughts, searching, seeking, desires, and imaginations, and be stayed in the principle of God in thee...And thou being come to the principle of God [within], which hath been transgressed [by thee], it will keep thee humble; and [to] the humble God will teach his way, which is peace... George Fox’s advice to Elizabeth Cromwell Claypole, 1658:
Announcing a short course for interested members and attenders Introducing the history and principal elements of Quakerism.
"Quakerism 101" is held on 4 weekday evenings 7:00-9:15 during January and February each year at the meetinghouse. For 2020, Session 1 is Thursday evening, January 23rd followed by the next 3 Thursdays: January 30th, February 6th & 13th.
Friday, March 7, 2014, 7:00-9:00 pm at the Meetinghouse
You are invited to a presentation about the 2013 Quaker Pilgrimage to the Lake District in England on Friday, March 7th 7:00-9:00 pm. We will be serving English Tea, complete with homemade Icky Sticky Toffee Pudding, scones with clotted cream and jam, and small sandwiches. Members of Meeting who took part in the pilgrimage will share their experiences and how they impacted their spiritual journeys and strengthened ties to Quakers both at home and in England.
An invitation from Carolina Friends School to Durham Friends to join the School community in these upcoming occasions.
As part of the Friends School community (even though we don't see you everyday), we hope you'll join us for any of the upcoming events!