Announcements

It’s time to Register for the annual sessions of Iowa Yearly Meeting Conservative!
Annual sessions are scheduled to be held on the campus of Scattergood Friends School near West Branch 7/26 – 31/2016. There is no set fee for the event so that all may attend. Friends are asked to donate as they are able. Go to http://goo.gl/forms/w8pTAH9hYEXBDDYk1 to register now.

July 3-9, 2016. Friends General Conference Gathering of Friends, St. Joseph, Minnesota, on the theme: be humble. Be Faithful. BE BOLD. Want to know more about the Gathering? Ask someone who has attended before and/or check out this short YouTube video featuring comments from past Gathering attenders.

July 14-17, 2016. North Carolina Yearly Meeting (Conservative), Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina. Theme: I Love to Feel Where Words Come From.

July 26-31, 2016.  Iowa Yearly Meeting (Conservative) annual session, on the theme Be not afraid, I am with you. More information will be provided here as it becomes available.

August 1-6, 2016. Ohio Yearly Meeting of Friends, Stillwater Friends Meeting House, Sandy Ridge Road, Barnesville, Ohio.

Sad News

May 29, 2016. Inter-faith (Lakota, Omaha and Quaker) memorial for Te Wa'u Danielle Black Eyes, 3:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Indian Center, 1100 Military Road, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Beloved Danielle was critically injured in a car crash last weekend. After laying with God in a coma for a few days, her body became a blessing and a gift to others as an organ donor. Her ancestors and family released her spirit on 5/24/16. She was taken off life support in the evening of the 25th, surrounded by her loving family.

It was a joy to watch Danielle during yearly meeting grow from a Young Friend into a beautiful young woman. Many know her son Liam as the child who lights up any room he enters.

We hold Danielle's large and extended family (including the Gilbert, Taylor, Ludy-Eden, and Dorenbach families)  in the Light during this time of grieving. We also hold her dear Friends who grew up with her in the meeting, as well as the cherished adults who guided, worked and played with them each summer.

 Danielle was loved by so many people, and we deeply mourn her loss.