Sharing home-baked treats after the Christmas Eve celebration has been a long-standing tradition at Cincinnati Friends Meeting. But in 2020, in the midst of a pandemic, when our contact with each other was reduced to being squares in a Zoom call, it just wasn’t possible. Or was it? During a
The first Training and Recording Workshop for prospective Quaker ministers for 2020–2021 featured a presentation by Stephen Potthoff, Professor of Religion, Philosophy, and Peace Studies at Wilmington College. Stephen has been teaching there since 2003. His scholarly interests include early Christianity and ancient religion and archaeology. He writes and researches
In the face of a global pandemic, the faithful came together last July for Wilmington Yearly Meeting. In this unprecedented time, we did not travel from afar or even from our own homes to conduct the business of the Yearly Meeting: to worship together and to listen to the wisdom
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