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COVID Safety Guidelines for In-person Worship

We are now starting to meet in-person and on Zoom (blended worship), please click here to read our updated COVID Safety Guidelines.

For more specific information or questions, please click here to contact Bridge City’s Clerk.


For information on an upcoming event:
1) Hover over the name of the event and a pop-up window will appear.
2) Click on the name of the event and you will be taken to a new page with all the event details.
3) To change the calendar to a “monthly” view, click the button that says “agenda” and select the “Month” display option.

Feb
16
Fri
2024
Friends For Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns Mid-Winter Gathering
Feb 16 – Feb 19 all-day

FLGBTQC is a North American Quaker faith community that affirms that of God in all people. Gathering twice yearly for worship and play, we draw sustenance from each other and from the Spirit for our work and life in the world. We are learning that radical inclusion and radical love bring further light to Quaker testimony and life.

For more information visit: https://www.flgbtqc.org/gatherings/

Feb
17
Sat
2024
Progresa Scholarship Program Sharing Experiences and Information
Feb 17 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Invitation from Multnomah Friends Meeting.

Friends involved with PROGRESA, the Friends Guatemala Scholarship Program, will be sharing experiences and information about Guatemala and about the now 50 year old program. All ages welcome.  There will be some Guatemalan food and drink, beautiful textiles and other items from Guatemala, and lots of photos.  Multnomah Friends involved are Ann Dudley, Maye Thompson, Joe & Jane Snyder, Jeanne-Marie Pierrelouis, and Harriet Wentz, plus many who have been of support both financially and spiritually.

Feb
18
Sun
2024
Worship
Feb 18 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Weekly Sunday Worship

  • 9:30-10:00 a.m.   Singing in Breakout Room and downstairs at AHC
  • 9:30-10:00 a.m.   Gather, Settle in. Quiet Breakout room available
  • 10:00-11:00 a.m.   Meeting for Worship       
  • 11:00 – Rise of meeting, afterthoughts, individual sharing, tea, coffee and snacks at AHC

PLEASE NOTE:

  • On the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of each month we will have blended Sunday Worship with both in-person and Zoom attendance available.
  • On the 2nd and 4th Sundays we are offering a no technology in-person option for Sunday Worship with a separate link for Zoom those who prefer to attend via video.

COVID Safety Guidelines for In-person Worship

We are now meeting in-person and on Zoom (blended worship), please click here to read our updated COVID Safety Guidelines.

For more specific information or questions, please click here to contact Bridge City’s Clerk.

To request access to our Zoom Meetings click here to fill out the request form.

Meeting for Business – February 2024
Feb 18 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

PLEASE NOTE: February 18, 2024 Meeting For Business will be Zoom Only

  • Following Meeting for Worship (10:15-11:15 a.m.) & Refreshments/Social time
  • All Members, Attenders & Visitors Welcome

This change is in support of those folks who usually gather at the Architectural Heritage Center.  Ministry and Pastoral Care has tightened the enforcement of the mask policy during this current surge of Covid infections.  Folks are not eating at the AHC and this means a long wait till after Meeting for Worship for Business.  This is a hard cross to bear for the hypoglycemic among us.

Feb
19
Mon
2024
Multnomah Monthly Meeting – Weekly Bible Study
Feb 19 @ 7:00 am

All are welcome, no prerequisite except a hope to encounter the Holy Spirit and each other more deeply in this exercise. Every Monday at 7:00 am with both online and in-person options available.

Zoom Access:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81928759493?pwd=cG1ZalMzUktQT28wbkxvQVlJQkUvdz09

Meeting ID: 819 2875 9493
Passcode: 977772

Contact:

Joe Snyder josephhoytsnyder@gmail.com

Talking with People Who Are Thinking About Suicide with Susan Marie
Feb 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

It’s hard to know what to say, just how to respond to people in distress. It is especially scary when you believe the person may be considering suicide. Suicide is preventable.  We’ll talk about dangerous myths, the best ways to ask about suicide, specific what-to-say-next if someone says “yes I am” to your question, and how to help the person get help.

The note packet will be screen shared during the presentation.

Everyone is invited to attend. No registration is necessary. Hosted by the Beacon Village Lunch Program. For additional information contact Kepper Petzing, kalmkalm@msn.com or 503-284-2068.

Virtual Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 848 3283 4378
Passcode: 513431

Feb
20
Tue
2024
Black History Event: The Great Debaters
Feb 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Tuesday, February 20 at 7pm in the Auditorium at Terwilliger Plaza.  Park and come in sign in as my guest and get directions to the Auditorium

Set in 1935, this docudrama follows a debate team at Wright College, an all-Black college in Texas. James Farmer Jr., founder of CORE, was a 14-year-old member of the debate team. The film captures this little-known piece of history in a wonderful way!

Starring: Denzel Washington, Forrest Wittaker, & Denzel Wittaker

Questions? Contact Renee Stringham at ext. 7557

DISCLAIMER: There is one graphic scene of lynching. When watching on 1981 it is recommended to watch with a friend.

Feb
21
Wed
2024
Midweek Worship Group Via Zoom Video Forum
Feb 21 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Every Wednesday at Noon  Midweek Worship meets by Zoom and in person at Terwilliger Plaza.

Midweek Worship will become a blended in-person and Zoom meeting.  Click here to request Zoom access.

Questions? Please contact Marion Ward, 503-224-0097 or wardpdx333@gmail.com.

Feb
24
Sat
2024
The Black Quaker Lives Matter Film Festival & Forum: Bayard Rustin Legacy
Feb 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Bayard Rustin Legacy – 10 am Sat Feb 24 on Zoom

Description: The Black Quaker Lives Matter Film Festival & Forum returns in 2024 for “The Bayard Rustin Legacy Forum,” hosted by BQP director Harold D. Weaver Jr. and moderated by eminent Palestinian-American Quaker scholar-activist, Sa’ed Atshan. This one-time event will explore the remarkable life and contributions of Bayard Rustin through a series of presentations from a distinguished panel of scholars and activists, a roundtable discussion led by Sa’ed Atshan, and an audience Q & A. Presenters will include terrence wiley (Africana Studies, Haverford College), Lauren Brownlee (governance leader at the Friends Committee on National Legislation), Sa’ed Atshan, and Harold D. Weaver Jr.

We strongly encourage registrants to watch “Rustin” on Netflix prior to attending as our forum will not include a screening

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Returning to the Land: Decolonization
Feb 24 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

January-February 2024: “Returning to the Land” by Dr. Nia To Go There (Cree) a series of four webinars co-sponsored by Decolonizing Quakers and Friends Peace Teams.

The overall theme, Returning to the Land, is a clarion call for us to change how we see ourselves within and in relationship with the Living Earth and other life-forms. Using a cultural lens, we examine the Western culture and contrast it with the original culture of the Indigenous peoples. The big question is: How do we bridge these contrasting worldviews and heal from our shared colonial history and heritage?

The topics are listed below with their registration links. You are invited to register for all four, although it is not required. Nia will recommend short readings for each program. A contribution of $20 to $50 is recommended, with a minimum of $5.


MODULE 4: DECOLONIZATION – February 24,
3:30 to 5:00 eastern time12:30 to 2:00 pacific time

This module focuses on healing from collective trauma created by a colonial history.  The key question is how do we heal?  We look at real-world examples of healing by examining the process of building community and strengthening relationships, creating environments where each person is valued and understood and where cultural options are openly shared for the enrichment of the community. The reading for this module is entitled, Collective Trauma and our Emerging Future by Otto Scharmer and Thomas Hubl.

Click here to register