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The World We Seek: Now Is the Time: You are invited to a reception with Diane Randall, Executive Secretary of the Friends Committee on National Legislation, who is traveling to New York to speak about the exciting future of Quaker advocacy and the opportunities ahead made possible by FCNL’s capital campaign, The World We Seek: Now Is the Time.

Join us for hymn singing from "Worship in Song", and any other songs you may wish to share with us. Books are provided and bring 6 copies of any songs you'd like us to sing. We'll meet in Room 12T at 10 am and sing until around 10:45. See you there!

Please Join Together for our Spring Visiting & Workday At Our Quaker Cemetery in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York

The Dancer-Citizen, Evolve’s online, scholarly publication, is now requesting submissions for our 4th issue.  We welcome contributions from citizens worldwide: 

How would you like to lay on the carpet (or a bench) at 15th Street Meetinghouse on Feb. 18 and look up into a canopy of linden trees in all seasons?

The NYQM Nominating Committee invites all officers, committee members and Friends to join us on Jan 26, find out about all the Quarterly Committees, meet NYC Quakers new to Quarterly service, and have pizza and discussions at the Brooklyn Meetinghouse, Social Room. RSVP: Naomi (718) 757-2823

Morningside 4th Sunday Breakfast
Please join us for breakfast at 9:30am, Sunday, Oct 23 , in the Riverside Café. Tell the cashier you are with the Quakers and we pick up the tab. It is a great way to become better acquainted with Morningsiders in a relaxed, informal setting; it is also a good time to ask any questions about the meeting and its activities.

When: Friday, October 21, 2016 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm
Where: Koreatown, Manhattan, on the Southeast corner of 32nd St and Broadway
The vigil is sponsored by a new coalition, the Stop THAAD in Korea and Militarism in Asia and the Pacific Task Force, which has been formed in response to the July 2016 announcement by the U.S. and South Korean governments that they have decided to deploy the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system in South Korea.

The Forum at Fifteenth Street Meetinghouse will address the following questions: CAN BOYCOTTS AND DIVESTMENT ADVANCE JUST PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST? Can nonviolent U.S. citizen boycotts of and divestment from U.S. allies like Saudi Arabia and Israel reduce violence and oppression in the region? Guests are Medea Benjamin of Code Pink and Mike Merryman-Lotze of the American Friends Service Committee. For more, go to http://fifteenth.quaker.org.

KEEPING OUR ELDERS…Intergenerational Living in New York City