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Posted on 4th mo. 1, 2013 at 11:19pm 0 Comments 0 Likes
For Palm Sunday we had an experiential, intergenerational worship time complete with children's story and palm branches. Listen to the podcasthere!
Posted on 2nd mo. 22, 2013 at 4:21pm 0 Comments 0 Likes
The last couple weeks on the North Valley Friends podcast, we wrapped up Peace Month and then we began a new series, talking about the prophetic voice in Jeremiah.
Posted on 2nd mo. 8, 2013 at 1:57am 0 Comments 0 Likes
We had our annual All Church Retreat this last weekend, and for the last few years we've been enjoying just spending the weekend at the meetinghouse (though we sleep at home in our own beds...) rather than going away for the weekend. This way, lots of people can participate for the time they have available, and it's way cheaper so everyone can come. We have a lot of fun together Friday night, all day Saturday and Sunday morning, playing lots of for-fun games and get-to-know-you games, eating…Continue
Posted on 1st mo. 28, 2013 at 2:28pm 0 Comments 0 Likes
Last week we heard from one of our members, Scot Headley, continuing our Peace Month conversation, about being "Pulled in Both Directions," and this week the George Fox University Players visited and presented "Enough Already!"
Posted on 1st mo. 11, 2013 at 2:00pm 0 Comments 0 Likes
January is Peace Month in Northwest Yearly Meeting, and at North Valleywe kicked off the month with a discussion led by Lynn Holt on "Unity through Tension."
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I liked your worship reflection on prophecy from Gurneyites, and would like to continue reading your blog, but probably won't, because it's physically almost impossible to do so.
I think you may not be aware of how hard white type on a black background is for older people to read (or anyone with compromised vision)--the image jitters and blurs after a short time and becomes actually painful. I urge you to consider a more reader-friendly format, for I think you have a lot to offer to Quakers (and others) of all ages--it would be a pity to exclude those whose eyes are aging.