Workshop on The Beatitudes at Middletown Meeting

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Workshop on The Beatitudes at Middletown Meeting

Time: 5th mo. 21, 2011 from 10am to 2pm
Location: Middletown Friends Meeting
Street: 435 Middletown Road
City/Town: Lima, PA, 19073
Website or Map: http://www.pym.org/event/work…
Event Type: philadelphia, bible, doug, gwyn, mary, frances, moehlman, martin, kelley, talk, beatitudes
Organized By: For more information or to register contact: Rich Ailes atrailesjr@ailesdodson.org; Chris Stern at cevstern1@verizon.net, or call Beth Lawn at 610.872.1522.
Latest Activity: 5th month 21, 2011

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Continuing the focus on deepening Quaker spirituality in our meetings, Middletown Meeting in Lima will present, The Beatitudes: Are They Present in our Lives Today? Here is an excerpt from the flyer:“We are often so busy that we lose track of what is most important in our lives. The Sermon on the Mount is a call from Jesus to straighten out our priorities and put God first. As he preached to the crowd, Jesus laid a foundation for what we now call the Beatitudes. The Beatitudes continue the challenges of the Hebrew prophets, “But what does the Lord require of you, but to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God.”

The workshop will be held on May 21st at the meetinghouse in Lima, Delaware County, PA, from 10-2. Panelists include Doug Gwyn, Mary Frances Moehlman, and Martin Kelley. Lunch and child care with advance registration.

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