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Old 11-19-2005, 02:04 AM
Ian S. Broome
 
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Hi Everyone,

I'd like to invite everybody to an Unprogrammed Quaker Meeting.

Every Sunday at 10:30 AM in Craig Chapel, Seminary Hall.

If you've ever been interested in Meeting or Quakerism or if you just want to join in a silent form of worship radically different from any other, please come. It's open to everyone.

Worship takes place as a circular group of people. There's no clergy or minister or specified speaker. Worshippers meditate and pray in silence, and, if moved to speak, they stand and add ministry to the group, enriching the service. The simplicity of the silence is powerful and it allows for great contemplation.

All are welcome.

Peace,
Ian Broome
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Old 05-20-2006, 09:44 PM
Michelle Gbelama Michelle Gbelama is offline
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eventhough i'm not in drew yet, it makes me so happy to know that there are people attending drew who care about the lord. now i really can't wait to attend.
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Old 07-29-2006, 04:12 PM
Christian Ciobanu
 
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Hey, everyone
My name is Christian Ciobanu, and I would like to inform everyone that the Quaker Meetings have been moved to Sundays at 11pm. Also, I am starting a Quaker Community, so if you are interested in joining or would like to hear more about Quakerism, then please contact me via e-mail. My email is cciobanu@drew.edu.

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Old 08-12-2006, 03:24 PM
Jackie DiLorenzo
 
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Are there lots of religious services on Sundays?
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Old 08-12-2006, 10:04 PM
Akiva Roth Akiva Roth is offline
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Jackie- There are lots of religious services available on Sundays at Drew.

Other than the Quaker Meeting, we have a catholic Mass at 4, Holy Ground (a multidenominational Protestant Service) at around 8. Additionally, several students attend services at local churches, many of which are within two or three blocks of campus. There is also a Episcopal Service and Fellowship on Thursdays at 9:30 pm and Jewish Services on Friday evenings.

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Old 08-14-2006, 02:49 AM
Jackie DiLorenzo
 
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Jackie- There are lots of religious services available on Sundays at Drew.

Other than the Quaker Meeting, we have a catholic Mass at 4, Holy Ground (a multidenominational Protestant Service) at around 8. Additionally, several students attend services at local churches, many of which are within two or three blocks of campus. There is also a Episcopal Service and Fellowship on Thursdays at 9:30 pm and Jewish Services on Friday evenings.

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Awesome, thanks!
I'm excited.
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Old 09-04-2006, 06:45 PM
Ruth Goldsmith-Welch Benet Ruth Goldsmith-Welch Benet is offline
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I personally attend the 9 am service at Grace Episcipal( 2 blocks down).. .there is also an 11:15 and a 7:30 ( uk!).... Except for this Sunday, being still "Summer" it is at 8 or 10...

Great service, great company, cookies afterwards.

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Old 09-04-2006, 06:55 PM
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I personally attend the 9 am service at Grace Episcibal( 2 blocks down).. .there is also an 11:15 and a 7:30 ( uk!).... Except for this Sunday, being still "Summer" it is at 8 or 10...

Great service, great company, cookies afterwards.

Hmm, I thought it was an Episcopal church, I haven't heard of the Episcibal denomination. Is that also part of the Anglican Communion?
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