Cincinnati Friends Meeting is pleased to recognize the scholastic achievements of many young people associated with our faith community: Autumn Barney, the daughter of Cincinnati Friends Meeting member Cathy Barney and her husband Tad Barney, graduated summa cum laude from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Arts in fashion.
We didn’t really know what exactly Marjorie Isaacs had in mind when she invited folks from our Meeting to participate in an outdoor meditation activity, but a spontaneous group of us saw it as a “great opening,“ or potentially great enough, to give it a try. We have been evolving
Last month, Rhonda Pfaltzgraff-Carlson from Eastern Hills Friends gave a presentation at the Cincinnati Friends meetinghouse on bringing more spiritual life into the workplace. She began by describing how she became aware of the calling that led to her new ministry, christened Light for Organizations. After getting a Certificate of
Back in my college days, I got into an unexpectedly lively discussion with my then-fiancee about, of all things, whether we would tell our future children that there was a Santa Claus. Like most people, he was all for it. I had reservations. For one thing, I didn’t feel comfortable
From September 16–20, six of us gathered at Cape Hatteras for a spiritual retreat, our second September spending time together in fellowship and friendship. We were not sure that we would be able to go due to Hurricane Dorian, which had passed over the island a week earlier. The eye