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Friends United Meeting has successfully negotiated the purchase of new property on the Southside of Belize City. At the juncture of a Southside residential area and an industrial port neighborhood, the new property has two structures totaling over 8,800 square feet of interior space, and will house an expanded school, a worship space, a…(Read More)

Friends United Meeting is pleased to announce the appointment of Oscar Siema Mmbali to serve as the first pastoral minister for the Friends work in Belize. Oscar is a member of Nairobi Yearly Meeting, in Kenya. He first learned of FUM’s work in Belize in 2004 through reading articles in Quaker Life magazine while…(Read More)

Farmington Friends Church, a Quaker meeting in Farmington, New York, is seeking a full-time pastor to begin in April, 2017. Located in Upstate New York’s Finger Lakes Region, Farmington Friends supports both a programmed and unprogrammed service and is actively engaged in the process of ongoing continuing revelation about its place in the…(Read More)

  A record 60 students graduated during the 73rd commencement of Friends Theological College, in Kaimosi, Kenya, on October 22, 2016. The graduates included 29 students from the FTC branch campuses in Samburu, Nairobi, and Lugulu. The graduates were also commissioned for ministry by John Muhanji, director of the Friends United Meeting Africa Ministries Office…(Read More)

To All Friends Everywhere: A gathering of Quaker Women in Public Ministry met from October 21 to 23, 2016 at Rolling Ridge Conference Center in North Andover, Massachusetts, with the intention to listen for our gathered condition.  The Unconference Model shaped our time together and created a space that invited all voices to lift up…(Read More)

A query on Facebook about interest in a retreat for Quaker Women in Public Ministry has lead to plans for an actual retreat, October 21–23, 2016, at Rolling Ridge Retreat Center, in North Andover, Massachusetts. Details from the planning committee, and a link to their website: What: A gathering of Quaker Women in Public…(Read More)

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