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Meeting for Worship is one of the ways that Quakers seek individual spiritual guidance and share spiritual insights with each other.   Each Thursday afternoon, the entire community gathers in the Meeting House for a 45 minute period of silent worship.  If an individual is “moved to speak” he or she stands, delivers the message they feel compelled to share and returns to silence.  The Meeting concludes with shaking the hands of those seated nearby, and with a feeling of warmth and strengthening of community bonds through this shared experience in silence.

Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.
 
 
 
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Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.
 
 
 
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Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.
 
 
 
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Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.
 
 
 
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Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.
 
 
 
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Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.
 
 
 
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Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.
 
 
 
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Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.
 
 
 
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Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.
 
 
 
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Collection is a shortened version of Meeting for Worship that occurs each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning for 15 minutes and provides a time for students to prepare for the day ahead.

"I'm not a Quaker.  What's it like to go to a Quaker school?"  About 20 percent of our students and staff identify as Quaker.  For new students and visitors who aren't sure what to expect from a Friends school, the Class of 2014 has written Quakerism II: A Guide for New Students.