Sarah Spencer
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Online learning - two courses in October

Posted on 9th mo. 18, 2009 at 12:48pm 0 Comments

What is a nice little Quaker organization like us doing with online learning? Well, someone asked us to start it up. And someone came to us with an idea for a course. And we tried it. And we liked it!



Quaker Studies is a small adult religious education program in the area around Boston Massachusetts. It's a joint effort of Beacon Hill Friends House in Boston and the local quarterly meeting, Salem Quarter. We've been doing local courses and workshops since 1993. Now we're… Continue

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At 2:53pm on 9th mo. 18, 2012, Timothy said…

Hello, Sarah!

Thank thee for accepting our Friend Invitation! I have appreciated looking over the Online Quaker Studies group. . . Unfortunately, homeschooling hast again started, and we are quite busy with educating our daughter. So, my time is limited, or I would like to take a course. . .

Again, thank thee for making us a Friend of thine.

Blessings and peace be to thee and thy household. Thy humble Friend,

Timothy (and the wee family of thr3e)

At 2:02pm on 5th mo. 23, 2011, Isabella Fiske McFarlin said…
HI Sarah. Thanks for making me a "Friend." Isabella (Ladybelle) Fiske McFarlin
At 9:39am on 6th mo. 3, 2010, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa said…
Dear Sarah

thanks so much for your good word.

Samuel
 
 
 

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