Welcome Friends!!

Religious Society of Friends (Quaker)
Friendship Friends Meeting

1103 New Garden Road - Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Lloyd Lee Wilson - Clerk
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Weekly Meeting for Worship at 10:30 am each First Day. Child care available for Worship and Business Meetings.
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This week


Thursday, 7:00 PM: Bible Study

Saturday: Interim Body Meeting at Virginia Beech Meeting

Sunday, 9:00 AM: Deepening the Spiritual Life of the Meeting

10:30 AM: Meeting for Worship


Next week

Tuesday, 12:30-4:30 PM: Quiet Tuesday

Wednesday, 7:00 PM: Midweek meeting for worship; Prayer Room, 7th floor Woolman Hall, Friends Homes Guilford 

Thursday, 6:30 PM: Men’s Group

Saturday, 9:30 AM – 2 PM: Meeting workday (details below)


Sunday, 9 AM: Worship and Ministry and Care and Counsel Committees meet

10:30 AM: Meeting for Worship



From Lloyd Lee Wilson: Just a reminder that we're scheduled to resume our study of Mark this week, on the 25th.  We'll be taking up the story with the Transfiguration, starting with Chapter 9:2.

From House and Grounds:  We will have our annual fall workday on Saturday, November 3rd, to rake leaves, clean gutters, and do other tasks around the grounds, as well as some window washing (inside or out). We invite all who can to participate. We will be engaged between the hours of 9:30 AM and 2 PM, and we would be glad to have you there for as long or short a time as your schedule permits, whenever you show up!

From Lloyd Lee Wilson: Friends may be interested in the following links to issues that will be discussed at NCYM-C Interim Body Meeting at Virginia Beach Friends this Saturday.

Information with schedule, list of agenda items, and directions is available at this link and also as a link from our website (ncymc.org). Additionally, Friends are encouraged to review and consider several documents in advance so that we are better prepared for discernment on these items together.

MM Responses to YM Request Relating to Poor People's Campaign

YM Youth and Children Proposal (from Youth Program and included Planning Committee report)

William Penn House Request

Hospitality Registrars Report

From Ray Treadway: The Finance Committee is beginning consideration of the 2019 budget for Friendship Friends Meeting.  Any suggestions or advocacy about the budget, particularly the contributions to Quaker and local organizations, would be appreciated.  Send suggestions to Ray Treadway at rtreadway@earthlink.net.

From Kim Carlyle: Our Meeting has a first aid kit, which is located on the bottom shelf of the stand that holds the guest book.

The address of the meetinghouse is:

Friendship Friends Meeting

1103 New Garden Road

Greensboro, North Carolina 27410

(336) 482-1502

This information is framed and posted on the wall by the main entry door, on the wall to the right as you enter the meeting room, and in the office.

From Dave MacInnes: Barbara and Dave MacInnes would like to invite you to our Home Studios Show coming up in early November

Our shelves are filling with newly made pottery and wood items, some useful, some more decorative. Please consider coming to see our work and bring friends. The more the merrier. We are open Saturday November 3rd from 10-4 and Sunday November 4th from 1-5 PM.

804 Elizabethan Drive

336 292 9648

From Raleigh Bailey: Christian/Muslim supper club.  People from the Epiphany Presbyterian Church and the Divan Center have been meeting for a couple of years for suppers, book discussions, and occasional projects (like helping refugees). They are hoping to expand and are looking for more non-Muslims who would like to participate. Specifically, they are looking for several people who want to participate in a supper club that is specifically to bring Christians and Muslims together. They have three groups meeting at present, usually every other month or so, in one another’s homes.  They observe Halal dietary requirements for these meals. 

If you are interested or want more information, please contact:

Rev. Lou McAlister East

Co-Pastor, Epiphany Presbyterian Church

336-643-9424 – Home Office

336-324-2525 – Mobile

You can also reach Lou by email at mcalistereast@gmail.com

From Jim Fernandes: October 17th was the very first International Pronouns Day! This day seeks to make asking, sharing, and respecting personal pronouns commonplace. Referring to people by the pronouns they determine for themselves is basic to human dignity. Check out https://www.mypronouns.org to learn more. 

The Durham Friends Meeting newsletter is attached to this email.


Query 10Do we endeavor to live in harmony with nature? Are we careful in our stewardship of the world’s irreplaceable resources?


Don’t forget donations for First Friends Food Bank (please no boxed items such as pasta, because they attract bugs and other nasties). FEMAP would greatly appreciate donations of baby washcloths and adult toothpaste and toothbrushes, adult and baby shampoo, and hand towels.

Lloyd Lee Wilson has established a Google docs folder which will contain the tentative agenda for the month’s Meeting for Business and any reports received in advance. You can access the folder by clicking on the following link:  




The meeting website is: friendshipmeeting.org.

The meeting library catalog is online at https://www.librarything.com/catalog/FriendshipFLibrary.