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New York Convergent

New York City and State Friends interested in discussions, meet-ups and gatherings of Quaker Quakers. Tag: newyork

Members: 12
Latest Activity: 12th month 4, 2012

New York Links

Friends Meetings in New York via Quakermaps.com

Established Meetings & Churches via FWCC:

New York State

More QuakerQuaker Members:

Not every member of QuakerQuaker is automatically enrolled into a group. You might want to look through members by state: New York.

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Rochester Emergent Cohort involves Friends and QuakerQuaker members in the Rochester area.
One in Christ meets for mid-week worship at Friends Seminary in New York City once a month. It is for those "interested in gathering in worship and abiding in the spirit of Jesus Christ." You can contact Brian Doherty at bdoherty1969@mac.com to get on their email list.

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Comment by Martin Kelley on 2nd mo. 15, 2010 at 6:02pm
John Edminster just posted information about "In Jesus' Name: The Second Annual Northeast Gathering of Christ-Cen...," taking place Sept 3-6 at Powell House in Old Chatham NY.
Comment by QuakerQuaker on 2nd mo. 2, 2010 at 10:54pm
Great question Kristina: this is one place you can let Friends know about other things happening. Events and meet-ups don't have to be officially Quaker--most probably won't be. What I hope is that when someone says "hey I'm interested in the Friends way and live in New York, where can I find like-minded people" we'll be able to point them to this group and get them hooked up.
Comment by Kristina Keefe-Perry on 2nd mo. 2, 2010 at 10:23pm
I joined the NY group mostly to ask a question? It is asked out of naivete and without agenda. But, rather than forming a new, smaller group -- why not just join an already happening emergent cohort in one's area and have a discussions with other Christians who are asking similar questions? I have also found that Friends have much to add to the emergent conversation... just wondering.
 

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