This Month’s Reading:

The single most distinguishing attribute of the Religious Society of Friends since its inception has been the belief that everyone can be in direct, unmediated communication with the Inward Teacher and that, all by itself, this divine gift is sufficient to guide anyone to salvation. … All other aspects of Quaker faith and practice grow out of this single principle “as the fingers shoot out of the hand.

   Primitive Quakerism Revived, Living as Friends in the Twenty­First Century, by Paul Buckley

November/December Meeting Schedule

Meeting for Worship times:

Sundays: 8:30am & 10:30am, Childcare provided at 10:30.


November 24th, 12:00pm: Annual Meeting Thanksgiving Potluck

Come one, come all! Our annual giving thanks. Bring a dish or effort for set up or clean up. Sign up on the bulletin board!

Tuesday, November 26, 7:00pm: Blest be the tie that Binds.

 An Interfaith Service of Gratitude and Blessing for the First Baptist Church of Brattleboro. The First Baptist Congregation will celebrate their last service at the First Baptist Church in Brattleboro before moving their congregation to another setting, 18 Crier Drive, Brattleboro.  All people are invited to an Interfaith Service of Gratitude and Blessing in remembrance and celebration of the history and witness of this congregation in this church over the last many years, particularly the ministry of the Overflow Shelter, that was housed at the First Baptist Church for nine years.  Please bring a canned food donation for Project Feed the Thousands. This service is sponsored by the Brattleboro Interfaith Leaders Alliance.

Thursday, November 28th, 10:30am Thanksgiving Meeting for Worship