Broadmead Friends Meeting

Worship locations:

Children's Program
About Us
Annual Retreat
What is worship like?
How do Quakers make decisions?
Quaker beliefs in action
Where to recycle in our area
Advance Wishes
Contact us


"We are called to live in right relationship with all Creation,
recognizing that the entire world is interconnected
and is a manifestation of God."
-from the Quaker Earthcare Witness vision statement

Broadmead Meeting has an Earthcare Interest Group which meets on an irregular basis to consider concerns and interests that arise among Friends in the Meeting. All are welcome to attend. Contact Contact Ken 419 358-0572.

"Our faith as Quakers is inseparable from our care for the health of our planet Earth. We see that our misuse of the Earth's resources creates inequality, destroys community, affects health and well-being, leads to war and erodes our integrity. We are all responsible for stewardship of our natural world. We love this world as God's gift to us all. Our hearts are crying for our beloved mother Earth, who is sick and in need of our care."
-from FWCC minute "Living Sustainably and Sustaining Life on Earth", Pisac, Peru, February 2016

Map of Local Food Sources in Northwest Ohio
A map that shows sources of locally produced food in Northwest Ohio, put together by Broadmead Meeting's Earthcare Interest Group.

Where to recycle in our area
Four pages of resources on how to recycle or reuse almost anything in northwest Ohio, put together by members of Broadmead Meeting.

Map of the Lake Erie Watershed
We have created a huge map of the Lake Erie watershed that is a useful tool for showing the relationships between human activities, such as factory farming, and the larger environment around them. Contact us for more information.

Concerns & Links
The following are some concerns that have arisen in our discussions, with links for more information.

Clean water in Lake Erie and the Maumee River watershed

Clean energy

CAFOs (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations)

Many important environmental concerns are addressed at the state level. Check the organizations below to learn about local and state issues. Use this website to find your state senator and representative.

Here are some organizations and resources we recommend: