Quaker Meeting for Worship
Miami Quarterly Meeting
|Peter Hardy||Presiding Clerk||5th Month 2017|
|Deb Kociszewski||Recording Clerk||2nd Month 2017|
|Veronica Frost||Treasurer||2nd Month 2017|
|Stephen Angel||Committee of Two||2nd Month 2017|
|Richard Mitchell||Committee of Two||2nd Month 2017|
From the Clerk. Miami Quarter is in need of a new Clerk. Please be thinking of any possible people who might be interested in the position, which involves the following:
The Clerk works with the hosting meetings for each Quarterly Meeting, sends out notifications, clerks the Meeting and handles any necessary paperwork. The Clerk also makes reports to the Executive Committee and the Yearly Meeting.
Save the Date! Joint Quarterly Meeting is October 20-20 at Happy Hollow Camp. Download the following documents so that you're registered and ready, and we'll see you there.
Joint Quarterly Meeting Flier
What to Bring
If you need more information, you may want to visit the Calendar Page and click on the event in the October Calendar to open it. There's an interactive map available in case you need directions.
|DATE||HOST||ADULT PROGRAM||YOUTH PROGRAM|
|10/21/2018||Joint Quarterly - Whitewater Quarter to Host|
|02/17/2019||Campus and Eastern Hills||Yellow Springs||Campus|
|05/19/2019||Englewood and Dayton||Campus (SoS)||Englewood|
Read the February 2016 Miami Quarterly Meeting Minute on Gun Violence, created by Oxford Meeting and endorsed by Miami Quarterly Meeting.
List of Socially Responsible Mutual Funds (divested from Fossil Fuel extraction companies)
Miami Quarterly Meeting Divestment Minute: Miami Quarter of Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) commits to divesting our quarter's financial resources from all fossil fuel extraction companies. Miami Quarter will publicize this act of divestment from all corporations involved with extracting coal, petroleum, and natural gas as one way to raise awareness of the critical global challenge of climate change. We will make these financial changes as soon as reasonably possible to reflect right relationship with Earth, as well as other Quaker values, including equality and integrity. (Minuted May, 2015)