Forum on Imagining an Abolitionist Future – Sunday, January 21, 2024

Forum on Imagining an Abolitionist Future, presented by Lillian Austin, Benjamin Lay Fellow – What does it mean to be an abolitionist? Historical abolitionist movements radically opposed human enslavement— and in our own historical moment, slavery still exists, legalized through the prison industrial complex. Join Lillian Austin this Sunday for a workshop that will walk through the history of Quakers in abolitionist movements and use it to guide a conversation about contemporary prison abolitionism and what it means for Quakers to imagine an abolitionist future.  JOin us after worship (about 11:30 AM) either in the Meetinghouse or on Zoom (use same link found on home page).

Quarterly Meeting for Business at Radnor, January 28, 2024 at 9 am

Radnor Meeting, as a member of the Haverford Quarter, which includes Haverford, Old Haverford, Merion, Newtown and Valley Meetings, as well as Radnor, is hosting Quarterly Meeting on January 28. It will start at 9 am, before meeting for worship. At 10 am (during regular meeting for worship) there will be a Youth Meeting: Melinda Werner Bradley will provide a demonstration lesson about George Fox from the “Faith and Play” curriculum in the Fellowship Building  (zoom technology not available). At 11 am Sheila Sorkin will review needs of aging members and attenders and the needs of their caregivers. She will present resources available through PYM.

Help us support the Interfaith Hospitality Network – 4/17/24

Please volunteer to help provide a dinner for 1-3 homeless families housed by the Interfaith Hospitality Network. Radnor Meeting is responsible for this pre-thanksgiving dinner on Wednesday 4/17/24. Join your fellow Radnor Meeting volunteers to bring nutrition to families in need. Enjoy camaraderie as you set up, eat a family style dinner together, and clean up 6-8:30 pm. Please reach out to Donya Geagan ([email protected] )

Radnor Meeting Book/Film club

Radnor has selected our next book! We’ll be reading “Sing, Unburied, Sing,” by Jesmyn Ward, winner of the National Book Award for 2017. This novel, which offers an intimate portrait of a family and an epic tale of hope and struggle, journeys through Mississippi’s past and present, examining truths at the heart of the American story and the power—and limitations—of family bonds.

We will meet over ZOOM on Thursday, January 18, 2024 at 7 pm to discuss this book!
Link for Book Club Discussion
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