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Documents connected with meeting for worship with attention to business (MWB). TCFM currently holds Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business at 6:45 p.m. on the second Friday of the month, preceded by a light soup supper at 6 p.m.
TCFM currently holds Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business at 6:45 p.m. on the second Friday of the month, preceded by a light soup supper at 6 p.m., unless otherwise announced. View agenda for the next/latest MWB here.
1. Consider dividing the reserve into a general reserve and a reserve for expected future costs, with the latter listing the final expected cost of each item, the yearly set-aside to meet that cost, and the present amount of money now set aside. List in the budget the set-aside for the budget year. These are all… Read More
Holding to our longstanding Testimonies of equality and integrity as they relate to justice for all peoples, we recognize the discomfort we feel when we provide civil marriage for straight couples but are unable to do the same for same-sex couples within the state of Minnesota. The Quaker tradition is one of Spirit-led activism on… Read More
TWIN CITIES FRIENDS MEETING Development Committee Click here to make a pledge 9th Month 2008 Dear Friends: The TCFM Development Committee has begun the task of preparing the Meeting’s budget for 2009 and needs to know how much money Friends are willing to contribute to support the Meeting and its activities. As you may remember,… Read More
For a number of years, the community of Twin Cities Meeting (TCFM) has been struggling to understand and accept the joys and difficulties of being a large meeting. Slowly, in fits and starts, through faith and doubt, we are coming to terms with what we are. One Friend spoke of the “blessings of bigness,” and… Read More
Committee positions are generally for one or two year terms, starting in September. If you are interested in serving on a committee, please contact nominating committee.
In this mutual exploration, there are disciplines which help us. Friends wishing to speak raise their hand. When the clerk recognizes them, they rise, and, when ready, speak their mind. If the clerk asks for silence, all Friends return to worship seeking understanding and openness; in this silence, one speaks only if led.