North Carolina Yearly Meeting Conservative Annual Sessions

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North Carolina Yearly Meeting Conservative Annual Sessions

Time: 7th mo. 11, 2012 to 7th mo. 15, 2012
Location: Guilford College
City/Town: Greensboro, NC
Website or Map: http://www.ncymc.org
Phone: www.ncymc.org
Event Type: annual sessions, yearly meeting
Organized By: NCYMC
Latest Activity: 5th month 25, 2012

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Theme: "Radical Hospitality: Cherishing the Past, Attending the New." Registration deadline 6/20/2012.
Evening events planned include an intergenerational program one evening, and on another evening production of the play "The Call," written by Charlotte Basham as a final project of the School of the Spirit Spiritual Nurturers Program. (If in keeping with Divine will.)
Visit www.ncymc .org for all information on this annual session of the conservative yearly meeting in North Carolina and more. Meeting on the campus of Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Registration form: http://www.ncymc.org/ym2012/YM%20registration%202012%20FINAL.pdf
Welcome letter for newcomers! http://www.ncymc.org/ym2012/Introductory_letter.pdf

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