OUR SCHEDULE

AT SOUTH MOUNTAIN FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE * ALL ARE WELCOME

OUR SUNDAY

MORNING SCHEDULE

First-Hour Activity

                9 to 10 am                

Worship-Inspired Discussions

Third Sunday Each Month

(Except July and August)

Meeting for Business

8:30 to 10 am

First-Hour Activities are described in our South Mountain Friends newsletter (accessed under the "Our Meeting" tab at this website) or in our Mid-Week Bulletin (contact ashlandquakers@gmail.com to receive the Bulletins).

                

                    Either at the Meeting House                      or by First-Hour Zoom at:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7477317797?pwd=SW1sd3pTZjhIbGRmUWpOY3pZaUFDdz09

11 am to Noon

Meeting for Worship

                 Gathering in Silence,                     Inwardly Seeking Spiritual Guidance                         

                    Either at the Meeting House                      or by Worship-Hour Zoom at:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7477317797?pwd=SW1sd3pTZjhIbGRmUWpOY3pZaUFDdz09

 Zoom activity can be accessed by either computer or phone.

OUR OTHER

ACTIVITIES

                    

   First SUNDAYS

     10:30 - 11 AM 

    Circle of Light

       In the Meeting House Library

Holding one another in the Light can bring us into deeper spiritual intimacy with each other, the world, and the Divine. It involves lifting up specific requests on behalf of someone else or simply joining with God’s constant love for the person.  All are invited to gather together once a month to collectively hold those in need in the Light.

Requests may be placed in the wooden Circle of Light box in the Meeting House foyer or transmitted by email to bosbachc@gmail.com.

     Every MONDAY

     3 – 5 PM Quaker-Hosted

       Free Writing Friends

       At the Meeting House Kitchen

Everyone is welcome to drop in to experience the Light that comes through this practice. 

Participants meditate for 5 minutes, write as inspired from stream of consciousness, and share with the circle (if they so choose).  We then share prompts, which anyone present can provide, and write for 20 minutes.  Participants, if comfortable, then read what came through their heart and awareness.

There is no critique. If a writer wishes to receive feedback, folks simply reflect on what was moving or meaningful.

This circle has met weekly for over a decade.  Although attenders come and go, there is a core group who hold all voices in warm mutual respect. 

           —Becky Hale (bec.hale4@gmail.com)

                               

         

       

                                                                                                         

            

                                                                                                                         

South Mountain Friends Meeting, 543 South Mountain Ave, Ashland, Oregon 97520