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Michigan Convergent

Michigan area Friends interested in discussions, meet-ups and gatherings of Quaker Quakers.

Members: 8
Latest Activity: 8th month 24

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Crossroads Monthly Meeting in Flint, Michigan is one of the newest member meetings of Ohio Yearly Meeting. They have an awesome website with lots of great material for Conservative-curious Friends and seekers.
New City Friends in Detroit is "a small group of followers of Jesus, worshipping and learning of Him in the Quaker tradition."
Grand Rapids Friends has a strong conservative presence, a Christ-centered group and a larger number of "emergent folks."

Meetups, Events, and Resources

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Comment by Michelle Everett Wilbert on 9th mo. 8, 2015 at 11:47am

I'm new to Michigan Convergent and wondering if anyone attends the Birmingham Monthly Meeting in Berkely, Michigan? Could you tell me anything about the group?

 

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