Altruism

Winter Film Night, Friday, January 26

Screen Shot 2018-01-17 at 3.50.56 PM6pm Pizza & Salad, 7pm Feature Film & Discussion

Haddonfield Friends Meeting , 45 Friends Avenue, Hadddonfield, NJ 08033

Free Admission & Free Parking

RSVP appreciated to plan food
haddonfieldmonthly@gmail.com

A brief video message after the film from Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, co-chair of the 50th anniversary Washington, D.C. march on April 4, 2018 of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1968 Poor People Campaign. For info: text MORAL to 90975.

This program will provide important background for events in Washington, DC on Wednesday, April 4th, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Dr. King, Jr. including the launching of an initiative by the National Council of Churches, calling on its member churches to end racism within their own bodies and in our country.

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American Friends Service Commmitte
Provides US Programs Unit Staff in the Central Office (AGS US Programs, Director US Programs, US Program Officers and HMM Director) with logistical support in work with staff and governance committees, and convenings.
Application Deadline: November 19, 2017
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Bucks Quarter Pot Luck & Sing, Jan 27

January 27, Middletown Quaker Meetinghouse
Join Friends a Quarter-wide family social event of feasting, fun and singing. We will begin at 5:30 pm with a pot luck meal followed by singing from 7 to 8 pm. Friends of all ages are welcome. Bring your own instrument (or not), recorder, mouth harp, guitar, fiddle, harmonica…your voice is a beautiful instrument too. There are no rules or hefty structure. Just fun. Bring your friends, neighbors and a dish to share. The more of everything the merrier we will be!
Questions: Holly Olson, hollybac@verizon.net

Winter Family Overnight 2018, Jan. 13-14

January 13-14, Camp Onas
We’ll gather Saturday Afternoon, with plenty of time for families to settle in to their rooms, explore the beautiful camp and do some welcome activities. We prepare and eat dinner together as a big community. In the evening we will play a bit with our theme, get cozy with hot chocolate and stories in front of the fire. After kids go to bed there will be space for parents to spend time with each other. On Sundaywe will gather for breakfast, have some first day school and worship, and finish up with plenty of time for families to get home and prepare for the coming week!
Details: www.pym.org/event/winter-family-overnight-2018 or
Meg Rose, mrose@pym.org