Online registration is available for Friends Camp‘s summer 2013 sessions. Parents may begin the registration process by entering their first and last name and email, then creating a Camp InTouch for their family. When the application is complete, it will be reviewed by Friends Camp staff and, if there is room in the selected session, staff will get back to applicants within 24-48 hours.
January 23rd, 2013 § Comments Off § permalink
Vassalboro Quarterly Meeting will be held beginning at 9 AM on February 2nd at the United Methodist Church, located at 23 Mill Lane in Belfast (hosted by Belfast Area Friends). The main topic of discussion will be the Waldo County Restorative Justice Project, in a talk led by Sarah Mattox, an Earlham College alumna.
Friends are asked to bring dessert and muffins to Quarterly Meeting. Belfast Friends will provide soup, salad, and bread, as well as coffee and tea.
January 6th, 2013 § Comments Off § permalink
Meeting for Business will be held January 20th after Meeting for Worship and pot luck fellowship lunch.
January 26th the Meeting House will sponsor the Friends Committee on Maine Public Policy. More details of that meeting will be available and all are welcome.
The holidays have passed and we will be returning to our non holiday practices!
1. Peace and Social Concerns will be scheduling a meeting to continue to offer us discussion on Climate change so that we can personal and Meeting wide actions.
2. Friendly dinners will be planned in our homes where we can discuss Faith and Practice revisions and enjoy one another.
November 6th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
The Vassalboro Friends Meeting (Quaker) will have their Christmas Celebration on December 16 starting at 9 AM.
The program includes a choir as well as group singing of carols. There will also be instrumental music and both scriptural and seasonal readings. A potluck meal will follow the Meeting for Worship.
We invite members of the larger community to join us. If you have questions about the Celebration or Quaker worship in general please contact Elisabeth Cates at 923-3412 or email@example.com.
Gifts and donations to the larger world are occurring in two ways: Caring table has treasures and books with the proceeds going to the Vassalboro Fuel Fund; Donation box in the Meeting House for dry goods and paper goods to the Smithfield food bank. thank you.
November 5th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
On December 1, 2012, at the Vassalboro Grange on Route 32, there will be a sale to benefit Sandy survivors in Haiti and in the US. There will be soups, sandwiches, baked beans, cookies, and other homemade fare to eat at the Grange or to take home for an easy dinner. The Grange will host this fundraiser from 9:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M.