Calendar for the Week

September 13 to September 23, 2018

Sunday, September 16

8:30am Silent Worship
9:30am Meeting for Learning
11am Meeting for Worship

Monday, September 17

10am Stone Soup Quilting, Quilt Studio

Thursday, September 20

9:30am Bible Study, Landaas residence


Membership Class
Sunday, September 16th, 1-5pm
Lunch provided after Worship Meeting

Class is taught by Lorraine and Jan
Find out about Quakers and about North Seattle Friends Church. The class is for all interested persons. Signing up as a new member is not required. RSVP to Lorraine.

Check out the display of quilts in the east hallway outside the Meeting Room. The designs are made by Quaker Quilters and Stone Soup Quilters.

Writers and Visual Artists
Western Friend magazine is seeking to publish articles, art and photography from Friends in the western United States. Please see yellow handbills in the foyer and contact editor@westernfriend.org.

Do parrots eat carrots? In the foyer there is a binder on whose cover is this poem, that when published earned $1 for a 10-year-old who today belongs to North Seattle Friends Church. The binder holds creative expression by our people.

Caption Call provides phones with readable text for the hard of hearing. It is free with certification of hearing loss. See Betty Miller or the church office for more information.

Meeting for Learning is now reading Race and Place, by David Leong. This book describes race and place in the 21st century as well as in the Bible. Join us at 9:30 Sunday mornings!

Quaker Queries
Friends have developed the Queries to assist us to consider prayerfully the true source of spiritual strength and the extent to which the conduct of our lives gives witness to our Christian faith. To these ends, the Queries should be read frequently in private devotions and regularly in monthly and quarterly meetings. 

In using these Queries, meetings and individuals should be aware that our standards of conduct do not derive from an outward set of rules but rather from the life and teachings of Jesus as recorded in the New Testament, from the examples offered by the spiritual experiences and lives of those who have preceded us, and from our own encounters with that inward revelation through which “the way, the truth, and the life” seek expression today.

Here are two more of the queries to ponder:

Vocations (continued)

Do you respect the value of all useful work, whether paid or unpaid, whether physical or intellectual, whether performed in the home or in the larger community?
Does your daily work use means and serve goals which are consistent with the teachings of Jesus?

These particular queries are from the New England Yearly Meeting of Friends.
More Quaker Queries will be shared here in upcoming weeks.

Recording of Worship on Website. We regularly record the message during Meeting for Worship and make it available on the church website at www.northseattlefriends.org. Scroll down and click on Messages under Ministries.

Smooth, gentle Inner Light Soap helps fund Way of the Spirit while pampering sensitive skin. Find Way of the Spirit brochures and Inner Light Soap at the back of the Meeting Room. It is also available online through Good News Associates.

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