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Our current programs

Saturday, May 21 | 3:30 - 5:30 PM ET | Free and open to the public

Discovering Spirit Within Ourselves Series
Session 5: Illuminating

“The church itself must be a place where binaries are examined and challenged.”
― Elizabeth M. Edman, Queer Virtue: What LGBTQ People Know About Life and Love and How It Can Revitalize Christianity

 

In this fifth session of the series Discovering Spirit Within Ourselves, we will focus on the topic “Illuminating” – thinking about the ways that spirituality can open us up to seeing things differently, and seeing the mysteries of the world, even perhaps beyond the world we experience. This will be an interactive hybrid (at Beacon Hill Friends House and on Zoom!) workshop, where participants will engage with readings, queries, journaling, and discussion to engage deeply.

Attending previous sessions is not a requirement for participating!

This workshop is for everyone — Quakers and non-Quakers, no matter where you fall on the question of “God” (including theists and non-theists), or whether you have engaged in a practice like this before.

Learn more and register here.

Applications preferred by June 1, 2022

Nurturing Faithfulness Program

Nurturing Faithfulness is a multi-generational faith and leadership program designed to help Friends explore ways to meet God more deeply, hone methods of discernment, reach for fuller faithfulness, and ultimately bring these gifts and strengthened abilities home to their local meetings and beyond. 

 

This program is a collaboration between New England Yearly Meeting, Woolman Hill Quaker Retreat Center, the Beacon Hill Friends House, and core teachers Hilary Burgin and Marcelle Martin.

 

Learn more and apply (preferred by June 1) at: https://neym.org/nurturingfaithfulness22-23

Other events in our space:

Monday, May 30

Nurturing Faithfulness Program

Nurturing Faithfulness is a multi-generational faith and leadership program designed to help Friends explore ways to meet God more deeply, hone methods of discernment, reach for fuller faithfulness, and ultimately bring these gifts and strengthened abilities home to their local meetings and beyond. 

 

This program is a collaboration between New England Yearly Meeting, Woolman Hill Quaker Retreat Center, the Beacon Hill Friends House, and core teachers Hilary Burgin and Marcelle Martin.

 

Learn more and apply (preferred by June 1) at: https://neym.org/nurturingfaithfulness22-23

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Questions? Have an idea for an event?​

Email our Program Director, Jen:

Jen Higgins-Newman

Program Director

program@bhfh.org

or get in touch with BHFH Executive Director, Nils:

Nils Klinkenberg

Executive Director

director@bhfh.org

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