Baltimore / DC Convergent

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Baltimore / DC Convergent

Baltimore & DC area Friends interested in discussions, meet-ups and gatherings of Quaker Quakers. Includes Maryland & northern Virginia. Tag: baltimore

Members: 20
Latest Activity: 11th month 13, 2015

Baltimore/DC Links

Friends Meetings in the greater Baltimore/DC area via Quakermaps.com

Established Meetings & Churches via FWCC:

Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia

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Not every member of QuakerQuaker is automatically enrolled into a group. You might want to look through members by state: Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia.

Opportunities:

Old Town Friends in Baltimore is a "convergence of Liberal and Conservative Quakers, Christians from the Protestant Holiness tradition and the Emergent Church movement."
Friends in Christ hosts bible studies in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC and Baltimore.
Capitol Hill Friends is a Christian worship group in the Quaker tradition that meets in Washington.

Discussion Forum

Lacking spoken ministry

Started by Tony Breda. Last reply by Micah Bales 10th month 15, 2010. 1 Reply

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Comment by QuakerQuaker on 3rd mo. 15, 2010 at 9:39am
There's a reading from the new book "Believers Beware" in Baltimore on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010, 7 pm – 9:00 pm at the Brewer’s Art, 1106 North Charles Street.

Believer, Beware is a collection of true confessions, skeptical testimonies, and personal revelations of religion lost, found and then lost again. Library Journal in a starred review, says Believer, Beware is “shocking, exhilarating, and never dull…. Highly recommended.” Publishers Weekly describes it as “smart, candid, and insightful…. The voices are refreshingly honest.”

Details on Killing the Buddha and on their Facebook RSVP page.
Comment by QuakerQuaker on 2nd mo. 2, 2010 at 10:56pm
One exciting upcoming event is the Convergent Friends dinner, 3/21 in Baltimore: Details here
 

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