Annual Business Meeting – Haddonfield Quarterly Meeting

Friends gather for worship, fellowship and business in monthly meetings.  Friends from 7-9 nearby monthly meetings gather four times a year for quarterly meetings.  We are part of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, which includes Delaware and parts of Pennsylvania, South Jersey, and Maryland, as well as Friends General Conference and the Friends World Committee for Consultation. In this period of COVID, some changes in the following schedules may occur, including holding meetings via Zoom.

Annual Business Meeting – Haddonfield Quarterly Meeting.
Friends will gather on Sunday, February 28th, starting with worship at 10 AM, followed by our annual business meeting at 10:45.  The business meeting will include reports from the Long Range Vision Committee (regarding program activities of the Quarter), the Nominating Committee, and the Michener and Greenleaf Funds.  A budget for 2021-22 will also be presented.   

Following the business meeting, Josh Ponter, Youth Coordinator for the Quarter, will facilitate a discussion on “Anti-Racism: How to get involved in and out of your meeting”.  This will feature Lilla Butterworth, clerk of Moorestown’s new “Let’s Talk about Racism” committee, Boaz Matlack, criminal justice activist and former Camp Dark Waters counselor, and Sue Dietz, also of Medford meeting and PYM’s Anti-Racism Collaborative.  Link to pre-register:                                                                                                                                                                    Note: Additional 2021 meetings will be held on April 25, June 27, and October 24. Haddonfield Quarter traditionally meets on the fourth Sunday in February (business meeting), April (program), June (picnic) and October (program).   

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