Religious Education Committee
The Religous Education Committee is responsible for the policies and activities of the First Day School, including selecting teachers and providing guidance regarding curriculum as well as care of any equipment used in its programs. It also has oversight of the Junior Meeting for Business. It organizes classes and events that provide religious education for adults. A member of the Committee serves a coordinator of childcare for infants, overseeing the hiring of assistants as necessary to provide care during worship and other Meeting events. The Clerk of the Committee is an ex officio member of the Baltimore Yearly Meeting Religious Education Committee.
The committee currently has an opening for a part-time Youth Programs Coordinator. To read the job description, click here.
For more information about any of these classes or to contact members of this committee, use the website "Contact Us" page.
- Annual Report 2014
- Annual Report 2013
- Annual Report 2012
- Annual Report 2008-2009
- Annual Report 2007-2008
The Adult Education Study Group has been meeting for six years generally twice a month, on Sunday mornings between 9:15 am and 10:15 am.
Using Pendle Hill pamphlets and Quaker books and other sources, the group began with consideration of various approaches of Friends to daily life issues. Then, it concentrated on similarities and differences between those approaches and other religious practices, including Buddhism, Judaism, and Hinduism in a comparative religion reading context. For about the last year, the group covered Quaker history, including the writings of early Quakers right up through the 19th century. It is continuing its studies of Quaker history and writers.
All are welcome and need not to have participated previously as each session stands on its own. For more information, use the website "Contact Us" page.
Children Religious Education Program
Links to Baltimore Yearly Meeting Religious Education Committee:
Child Safety Resources and Policies:
Our child safety resources and policies are based on those of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.