Stephanie Piddock
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  • Torrington, CT
  • United States
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Stephanie Piddock replied to QuakerQuaker's discussion 'Where are Friends involved in #OWS Actions?' in the group #Occupy Quakers
"Namaste,   Organizing a group in Torrington, Litchfield County, CT Facebook: Occupy Torrington Twitter:  @occutorrington   occupytorrington@gmail.com  "
10th month 26, 2011
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#Occupy Quakers

Tracking news of Friends involved in the Occupy Wall Street movement and encampments.
10th month 26, 2011
Deborah commented on Stephanie Piddock's blog post 'Meeting expectations'
"I understand your excitement!  Tomorrow my husband and I will finally attend our first meeting in Barnesville, it's been such a long wait and being patient for an opportunity to go at times has been challenging.  There has been…"
7th month 23, 2011
Stephanie Stuckwisch commented on Stephanie Piddock's blog post 'Meeting expectations'
"Keep trying. 30 years ago, I found my way back to Quakerism through a worship group forming in the town where I lived. Let us know how it goes.  "
7th month 23, 2011
Stephanie Piddock commented on Stephanie Piddock's blog post 'Meeting expectations'
"Thwarted once again!!  I have been busy working in preparation of a 3 day stand down this weekend for homeless vets and couldn't get away to go to Meeting.  I now have to wait until the 1st Wednesday of the month.  Stay…"
7th month 20, 2011
Paula Deming commented on Stephanie Piddock's blog post 'Meeting expectations'
"I belonged to a worship group for a couple of years. It was very small and very wonderful. Friends were very committed. Blessings, Friend!"
7th month 20, 2011
Stephanie Piddock posted a blog post

Meeting expectations

Tomorrow I will attend my 1st meeting in over 12 years.  I'm very excited!  I truly do not know what to expect.  There was no contact information for the meeting.  It is held at a Lutheran Church less than 10 miles away.  I recently discovered this meeting when I went to the Quaker finder directory.  Never saw it listed before.  They call it a *Worship Group*  I wonder how many Friends will be there.  I have longed to be with Friends for so long, I can't believe that I'm actually going.I'm…See More
7th month 19, 2011
Stephanie Piddock joined QuakerQuaker's group
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Plainness & Simplicity

Some Friends have recently been dubbed the "New Plain" for their experimentation with Quaker plainness and simplicity. Tag: plain
7th month 14, 2011
Sel Stoll commented on Stephanie Piddock's blog post 'Letting go & finding peace'
"Thank you so much, Stephanie!  It's a beautiful thing how we as F/friends can be a support to each other as we all strive to live as peaceably as possible in a world that doesn't tend to flow with that current!  I appreciate your…"
7th month 13, 2011
Stephanie Piddock commented on Stephanie Piddock's blog post 'Letting go & finding peace'
"Namaste Sel,   Thank you for your support!  I'm sorry you have heaviness in your heart.  I pray you will be able to release this and experience the freedom & joy forgiveness brings. Life is simply too short to carry these…"
7th month 13, 2011
Sel Stoll commented on Stephanie Piddock's blog post 'Letting go & finding peace'
"Hi Stephanie - It's so refreshing to read of your liberation in letting go of bitterness and moving through what can often feel like a murky process in coming to a point of forgiveness and resolution - but what an awesome and beautiful thing…"
7th month 13, 2011
Stephanie Piddock commented on Stephanie Piddock's blog post 'Letting go & finding peace'
"Thank you Paula.  I was angry & bitter for a very long time and I didn't realize how it affected everything in my life. Forgiveness is completely liberating.  I also had to forgive myself for harboring these feelings.  The…"
7th month 13, 2011
Paula Deming commented on Stephanie Piddock's blog post 'Letting go & finding peace'
"Dear Friend Stephanie, Forgiveness is a powerful healer and leads to joy. Congratulations to you for finding such courage. Your Friend in the Light, Paula"
7th month 13, 2011
Stephanie Piddock posted a blog post

Letting go & finding peace

  I'm feeling so blessed!  I made peace with my ex husband.  It took many years for me to forgive him for all that had been done, but once I was able to, I found the abundance in my life multiply.My ex husband introduced me to Quakerism and for many years after our divorce I have not attended a meeting because I have not lived near one.   I have yearned to be together in spirit with Friends for so long, I can hardly believe I moved to an area where a meeting is less than 10 miles away.  I'm…See More
7th month 13, 2011
Stephanie Piddock joined QuakerQuaker's group
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Liberal Quakers

Liberal Friends practice waiting worship and emphasize community and the authority of the Inner Light over specific faith statements. Tag: liberal
6th month 25, 2011
Stephanie Piddock joined QuakerQuaker's group
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Seekers

Resources for those new to Friends. Includes accounts of convincement. Tag: seekers
6th month 22, 2011

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About Me
Quaker in spirit. Haven't attended meetings in over 10 years.
Hope to find a community here to share the Spirit with.
Website/Blog
http://redsunrise.net

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Meeting expectations

Posted on 7th mo. 19, 2011 at 10:48pm 5 Comments

Tomorrow I will attend my 1st meeting in over 12 years.  I'm very excited!  I truly do not know what to expect.  There was no contact information for the meeting.  It is held at a Lutheran Church less than 10 miles away.  I recently discovered this meeting when I went to the Quaker finder directory.  Never saw it listed before.  They call it a *Worship Group*  I wonder how many Friends will be there.  I have longed to be with Friends for so long, I can't believe that I'm actually…

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Letting go & finding peace

Posted on 7th mo. 13, 2011 at 1:11am 5 Comments

 

 

I'm feeling so blessed!  I made peace with my ex husband.  It took many years for me to forgive him for all that had been done, but once I was able to, I found the abundance in my life multiply.

My ex husband introduced me to Quakerism and for many years after our divorce I have not attended a meeting because I have not lived near one.   I have yearned to be together in spirit with Friends for so long, I can hardly believe I moved to an area where a meeting is less…

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