Friend Mimi Lang representing peace at City Hall

The article “Hate has no place in Bethlehem” is by Michelle Merlin of the Morning Call and the photo is of Mimi’s arm holding a peace sign.

Friends, consider supporting our local newspaper with a subscription. I can post these links because I do; true journalism comes from people paid by subscription (and ad! dollars, as for our announcement about our meeting in the Saturday paper). 

American Friends Service Committee is hiring

Friend Dianna Walls asked that we copy the job description for a communications associate position in Philadelphia. 

 “We're Hiring! Join AFSC's Communications Team as our new Communications Associate, based in Philadelphia. This full-time position supports a variety of efforts to engage donors, program constituents, and Friends in AFSC’s mission and work. More information here:”


We're chipping in!

Today at Meeting for Business, we were in unity on contributing to the fund for a new digital sign to be placed in front of the Hanover Township Volunteer Fire Station. In recognition of our contribution, our name will be displayed from time to time on the digital sign.

The fire company will use the sign to provide information about its work, outreach activities, emergency telephone numbers, updates on storms and snow, and so on.  It's a great opportunity to have our name literally up in lights at a location just across the street from Wegman's of Bethlehem.  


May 28 Adult Religious Education featuring...QUAKER JEOPARDY!

That's right! Adult Religious Education will be leading the annual rousing game of Quaker Jeopardy, where the quickest minds of Monthly Meeting (minds of all ages!) match wits to win fantastic prizes! Karen Maurer is our host-with-the-most-storyteller and quizmaster. Weigh in with your answers...You May Be Surprised At How Much You Really Know About Quakers. It all happens after Meeting for Worship on May 28!