Southwest Convergent


Southwest Convergent

Friends in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada interested in discussions, meet-ups and gatherings of Quaker Quakers. Tag: southwest

Members: 8
Latest Activity: 2nd month 26

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Opportunities: members in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada. There are over 60 QuakerQuaker members in the four states of this Southwest U.S. group. Get to know them, invite them to this group and start organizing local meet-ups.

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Comment by Ellen Danielson on 5th mo. 5, 2011 at 5:00pm
Hello from Dallas TX.  I have been a member of the Dallas Friends Meeting since about 1983 and have gradually progressed from universalism to Christianity during that time.  I am very attracted to Convergent Friends as it seems to reconcile the various branches of Quakers.  I am a teacher of Art Appreciation and Humanities at a local community college and interested in whatever dialogue comes about here.
Comment by QuakerQuaker on 7th mo. 20, 2010 at 9:39pm
Hi everyone: quick note here to let me know if there's anything I can do to help facilitate discussion here. I looked up and there's currently 66 QuakerQuaker members in the four states making up this group! It'd be great if someone went through the list (linked in "Opportunities" above) and invited everyone to this group.
Martin, QuakerQuaker admin
Comment by carol woodsong on 7th mo. 20, 2010 at 9:13pm
Thanks for the welcome Karen. I too am getting used to posting in this manner (as i think Charles related). I love to share (as some friends who know me can testify) - but i'm not sure of the protocol here and to be honest i'm not even sure what it means to be "Convergent". I will check to see if i can access 0lder postings -and "look" around a bit. I look forward to getting to know you all (small group at this point it seems!) I was invited here by a friend. I am not currently a *practicing* Quaker, not currently attending any Meeting regularly- but in my spiritual questing what i always return to is the idea(l) of being Quaker. It's really the writings of George Fox that inspire me most. And i do try to live a life as i imagine to be the Way of a Friend of God. I live in Santa Fe, as i think you all know...
Comment by Charles Alvin Sedan on 7th mo. 19, 2010 at 10:12pm
Would like to, but have no idea how to go to chat.
Comment by Charles Alvin Sedan on 7th mo. 17, 2010 at 11:40pm
Hello all from San Antonio Texas.

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