Monthly Archives: November 2022

Nobody knows

Good morning, Friends! Today is the first Sunday of Advent. I’m not sure it really feels like Christmas. We’ve got some decorations up. We sang our first Christmas carols this morning. But mentally and physically, most of us are still … Continue reading

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Quaker quotations on quiet worship

And, my dear Friends, keep your Meetings, and ye will feel the Seed of God among you all, though never a word be spoken among you. And be faithful, that ye may answer that of God in every one. And … Continue reading

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Seeking shelter from the storm

message by Tom Terrell This morning rather than finding Biblical scripture in your bulletins you’ll see a poem and some lyrics to a song, both of them written by Nobel Prize winners in literature. William Butler Yeats wrote his poem, … Continue reading

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The Museum of Old Domestic Life

The Museum of Old Domestic Life is one of the hidden treasures of High Point. It’s filled with everyday items from Quaker families who lived in Guilford and Randolph Counties in the 1800s. You’ll find hundreds of things from everyday … Continue reading

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