These activities convey our beliefs.  Our Meeting supports, endorses, and /or participates in:

  • Providing a winter homeless shelter

  • Witnessing for peace in Central America and the Middle East

  • Postcard-writing to our elected officials on environmental and justice concerns

  • Hosting a monthly community sing-along

  • Outreaching to prison inmates

  • Vigiling to commemorate the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

  • Laundering the clothes of our unhoused neighbors

  • Engaging in interfaith social justice activities, clergy circles, and community ceremonies

  • Educating the community on non-violent and alternative-to-nuclear solutions

  • Parading for LGBTQ Pride 

  • Holding individual, spiritual guidance sessions

  • Exploring racism within ourselves, our Meeting, our community, our society

  • Conducting prayer and healing circles

  • Advocating for immigration reform

  • Experiencing Quaker spirituality as practiced by early (17th century) Friends

  • Promoting civil discourse amidst folks with disparate ideas

  • Writing as a Quaker practice

  • Gathering for worshipful discussions toward personal clarity or life transition

  • Describing Quaker faith and practice to ourselves and the larger community

  • Sitting in weekly silent worship and monthly worship in which business is conducted

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