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  •  "So do not fear, for I am with you;
        do not be dismayed, for I am your God.
    I will strengthen you and help you;
        I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” – Isaiah 41: 10



    Quaker House

    9:00 am


    Reading the Bible

    North Room


    Ctte of Clerks

    Decatur Place Room

    9:15 am


    Lecture on Lynching

    Decatur Place Room

    1:00 pm


    Meeting Room & Quaker House

    10:30 am



    Decatur Place Room

    6:00 pm


    Oct. 30: Tom Libbert, Debby Churchman, and David Etheridge will conduct a workshop at noon on Reading the Bible for Fun and Prophet.


    Oct. 30:  A White Historian Looks at Lynching  Susan Strasser, a retired history professor

    at the University of Delaware, is Looking at Lynching. At 1:00 pm in the Decatur Place Room. For more information, contact


    Nov. 2:  Help make sandwiches for our vulnerable neighbors! Grate Patrol convenes at 5:00 pm in the Assembly Room. For more information, contact Steve Brooks at


    Nov. 5: Help make breakfast for our vulnerable neighbors at So Others Might Eat, starting at 6:15 a.m. The kitchen is at 70 “0” St. NW, adjacent to a parking lot. For more information and to sign up, contact Betsy Bramon at


    Nov. 5  Rise Up and Sing  Peter Blood & Annie Patterson will conduct a spirited singalong concert using our new songbook Rise Again. Bring a copy of the songbook if you have one. For more information, see their website. (


    Nov. 6: The Nominating, Membership, Ministry & Worship, Capital Campaign, and Religious Education committees will meet. There will be singing at 10 am in the Meeting Room; all voices are welcome.


    Nov. 6: Friends are invited to a potluck and Quaker dialogue at William Penn House at 6:30 p.m.. Zamin Danty will moderate a panel of representatives of three spiritual traditions—Buddhist, Islamic, and Quaker. 515 East Capitol St. SE, 202.543.5560,


    Head of Meeting Schedule

    Oct. 30: IT Committee; Nov. 6: Property Committee