Reykjavík Friends Facebook page is finally up and running!

Hello, all!

So our little Meeting has finally managed to get our act together and put up a Facebook page, now that the Meetings are more regular and slowly growing. Feel free to like us on and we'll try to write some interesting stuff ;-) If there's anything that you, our International Friends, would like to see from us, do let us know! :-)

In Friendship,

David and Reykjavík Friends

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Not much of a facebook fan, but I did look it up1. Congratulations on the new site! Very nice. I like it and will look into some of it's entries. Be well and greetings from Philadelphia!

Greetings from Iceland! Thanks, William! More articles and fun Quakerly stuff coming soon ;-) In Friendship - David

Hello.  I am visiting Reykjavik in June and was trying to get in touch to see I might attend a meeting or connect with any Quakers.  I was unable to open the facebook link or reach you by email from the Quaker find site, so i don't know if you are still active.  If so, I would love to be in touch.  You can respond here or I am on facebook.

Peace, Leslie Sussan (Bethesda Friends Meeting in Maryland  USA)

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