Baltimore Yearly Meeting

Baltimore Yearly Meeting
Baltimore Yearly Meeting is listed in the Religious Organizations category in Sandy Spring, Maryland. Displayed below is the only current social network for Baltimore Yearly Meeting which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Baltimore Yearly Meeting on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 69.

Contact information for Baltimore Yearly Meeting is:
17100 Quaker Ln
Sandy Spring, MD 20860
(301) 774-7663

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Baltimore Yearly Meeting has an overall ZapScore of 69. This means that Baltimore Yearly Meeting has a higher ZapScore than 69% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Sandy Spring, Maryland is 31 and in the Religious Organizations category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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While we may call it the Growing Diverse Leadership program, the truth is captured in what Arlene Kelley wrote in Friends Journal: "We are not a homogenous group seeking to become more diverse; we are an incomplete organization seeking to become more whole." How is your meeting working on becoming more whole?

Thinking of our spending as either "constructive" versus "destructive" can be an illuminating exercise.

Baltimore Yearly Meeting shared Windy Cooler's post.
Interested in teaching First Day School at your local meeting? We have scholarships for training in the Faith & Play curriculum.
Our BYM RE Committee is offering 100% scholarship for Friends who would like to go to this and are prevented from doing so because of financial circumstance. Please get in touch with me, Windy Cooler, for aid requests and Melinda Wenner Bradley for more information about the program.

How does the work we do reflect the service God calls us to?

Friends believe that the aim of government is to preserve a community in which justice, peace, good order and individual development are possible. Members of our Society are also citizens of the community and the nation. Quakerism is not intended to be a refuge from the disturbing events of our times, but rather a source of strength and support in facing them. The free institutions under which we live give many of our members a direct share in the responsibilities of government and in forming a healthy public opinion.