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CFHA and other Quaker related historical events are announced here. Meetings and other groups are invited to contact us to have their event included.
CFHA Friendly Fridays
Friendly Friday sessions are an outreach program of the Canadian Friends Historical Association, consistent with our mission: “to preserve and communicate the history and faith of the Religious Society of Friends in Canada.”
New participants and visitors to Friendly Friday are always welcome. We are currently reading the Journal of George Fox (from the John Nickalls edition) as a group. The text has been divided into short manageable sections which are displayed on-screen. Each passage is read aloud by a participant and each reading is followed by a period of reflection, consideration and comment. We have found that a deep and patient listening to Fox spoken aloud tends to flow naturally into personal insight and comment that has much in common with worship-sharing. Collectively we come to a deeper understanding of the profound ministry of Fox and the early Friends, and are encouraged to consider how this ministry may provide instruction end perspective to our contemporary experience. We hope you find your time with us informative and inspiring.
Our sessions are currently on second Fridays at 1:30 pm, and the meetings are opened at 1:15pm to provide some meet and greet time and introductions.
You can register for Friendly Fridays by filling out the form here.
Annual General Meetings
The Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists is an international event that occurs every other year.
2012 – The 19th biennial conference of the Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists was held at Pickering College, Newmarket, Ontario on June 22-24, 2012. It was a great success to host so many international visitors.