Updates about North Pacific Yearly Meeting's 2015 Annual Session, July 15–19 at Whitworth University in Spokane, WA.
This page posts breaking news about North Pacific Yearly Meeting's 2015 Annual Session, particularly youth and children's activities.. Fans can find out about plans for Annual Session, job opportunities (volunteer and paid), and share information about their plans for annual session. Youth Committee will also post information about NPYM youth and children's events occurring throughout the year.
[06/08/16] Green grass, tall pines, and petunia baskets in full bloom - that's the Whitworth University campus right now. It's all ready to welcome Friends for NPYM's Annual Session in Spokane, July 13-17. Remember that regular registration ends on June 20 - earlier this year - so register now at npym.org. Our Friend in Residence is Diane Randall, the Executive Secretary of the Friends Committee on National Legislation. It's going to be a wonderful gathering that you won't want to miss!
[05/12/16] We all love a discount and NPYM is offering you a generous 5 percent off if you register for Annual Session by May 15. It's easy to do this online at npym.org. Just click on the big red button and get started. For those who prefer paper, you can download the registration form at the same site - just look for the easy links. We're looking forward to seeing you in Spokane!
Annual Session opens soon at http://npym.org. Watch for the brochure and information packet coming soon to a meeting near you!
One great way to immerse yourself in the joys of NPYM is leading children in their annual session program. There are a couple of ways we would love to have you help.
∙ The age group program allows time over several days to build some important relationships with a small group of kids in one age group. We usually staff these groups with two volunteers, who each receive a waiver of their fees for annual session. There are spots open with the youngest age groups: infants, toddlers, preschoolers and primary age Friends. We also need another adult leader for Central Friends, who are of middle school age.
∙ In the evenings and for two afternoons, the Children's Activity program includes all ages of children for recreational activities and cross-age interaction. We pay $15 an hour for leading this program.
Either of these roles, taken in full or on a part-time basis can help you or another Friend afford to come to annual session.
Come to Willamette Quarterly Meeting May 6 & 7 in Portland. The theme is *Building Community: A Life of Invitation*: Bridging our differences whether defined by age, gender, class, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or political ideology.
You can find more information at http://www.willamettequarterly.org/registration.htm Registration will open about 4/1/2016.
Check out http://npym.org/ for new info on the coming annual session: July 13-17 in Spokane. See you there!
npym.org North Pacific Yearly Meeting 2016 Annual Session will be held at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington. Wednesday, July 13, 2016 to Sunday, July 17, 2016 Theme: "From Despair to Strength and Joy" Friend In Residence: Diane Randall Diane Randall is the Executive Secretary of the Friends Committ…
[03/07/16] Registration is open for Pacific Northwest Quarterly Meeting's Spring gathering at the Lazy F Ranch near Ellensburg, WA, April 22-24. The theme for the weekend is "Deepening Relationship With All Creation: Nurturing the Place from Which Insight and More Effective Action Emerge." Host meetings are Agate Passage and Olympia Friends. For more information and online registration, go to pnqm.org. Register by March 18 and get a $10 discount. We hope to see you there!
Meet our Friend in Residence, Diane Randall, the Executive Secretary of the Friends Committee on National Legislation: As a Quaker and a lifelong advocate for peace and social justice, Diane is a strong proponent of citizen engagement that advances policies and practices to create a better society for all. She travels widely on behalf of FCNL and represents a voice for Quaker advocacy in Washington on the Hill, within the faith community, in media, and throughout the United States. FCNL’s policies and legislative priorities are based on the belief that there is that of God in every person and that all creation has worth and dignity.
[01/17/16] Join us for NPYM's Annual Session from July 13-17 at Whitworth University in Spokane, WA. Diane Randall, Executive Director of Friends' Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) will be our Friend in Residence, speaking on the theme of "From Despair to Strength and Joy." We'll have more details soon so stay tuned!
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