Convergent Friends Dinner Party / Baltimore

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Convergent Friends Dinner Party / Baltimore

Time: 3rd mo. 21, 2010 from 5pm to 8pm
Location: Aisquith Street Meeting House
Street: North Aisquith & East Fayette Streets,
City/Town: Baltimore, MD
Website or Map: http://www.setonhillfriends.o…
Event Type: worship, and, fellowship, mid atlantic, baltimore, convergent
Organized By: Old Town Friends, Robin Mohr, and volunteers!
Latest Activity: 3rd month 20, 2010

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Dinner? Friends? Worship? Old Town Friends (Formally Seton Hill Worship Group) has extended a welcome to Friends to join them on the evening of March 21st for worship and fellowship. This Sunday comes directly at the end of the FWCC Sections of America Annual Gathering which will be hosted in Baltimore. More information about the Dinner Party to come!

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Comment by Linda J. Wilk on 3rd mo. 19, 2010 at 7:15am
My friends, I am so sorry that I will be unable to be at the dinner and worship. I was so looking forward to meeting all of you, but other plans have come up that I cannot avoid. Blessings and wishes for a heartfelt celebration for all of you, and I will look forward to meeting you all in the future.
Comment by Martin Kelley on 3rd mo. 17, 2010 at 12:01pm
I looked on Google Maps and I think this should get you there: 1501 E Fayette st, Baltimore MD. It's not too hard to find.
Comment by Bill Samuel on 3rd mo. 17, 2010 at 8:48am
Does anyone have a street address for the Meetinghouse, so I can use my GPS to get to it?
Comment by Robin Mohr on 3rd mo. 15, 2010 at 12:14am
Schedule:
4:30 juice and cookies
5:00 Bible/Quakerism Studies We'll be discussing Propositions 5 & 6 of Barclay's Apology. Friends may want to try and read up on it if possible, (link to a summary of the propositions below)
5:45 unprogrammed worship (with a bit of singing)
7:00 potluck

http://www.qis.net/~daruma/barclay.html#PROP56
Comment by Robin Mohr on 3rd mo. 6, 2010 at 11:51pm
Turns out, now that I looked into it, that the Aisquith St. Meetinghouse is very transit accessible. Hurrah!
Comment by Robin Mohr on 3rd mo. 2, 2010 at 12:20am
I'm really looking forward to it! Only three more weeks! I need to figure out more of the details soon, like how to get there from the train station, and where to spend the night.

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