173 North Prospect St.
Burlington, VT 05401
Burlington Friends Meeting


Events, Ongoing
Workday at the Meeting House

Meeting for Worship

Sundays at 11:00 AM and on Wednesdays at noon. All are welcome.



Meeting for Business








The second Sunday of Each Month after a light lunch after rise of Meeting. The length of the Business Meeting varies but it usually lasts about 90 minutes.

Our Meeting has undertaken an exploration of our purpose and resources. In recent months in Meeting for Business, non-essential business has been deferred so that we may begin the task of addressing the larger questions posed by our changing planet: Who are we called to be? How might we help midwife the transitions that are coming?

It is critical that we bring the whole spectrum of our voices to these questions. Please attend and encourage other Friends to attend.



First Day
School




First Day School is held on Second and Fourth Sundays, beginning at 10:45, September through mid-June. See the First Day School page for more detailed information. On the First, Third, and Fifth Sundays, the children attend Meeting for Worship from 11 AM to 11:15 AM and then move to the Bassett House for group activities as part of a multi-age childcare program.


Events, Recent and Upcoming

Book Discussion This Coming Sunday

Third Sundays Beginning October 15 (Next meeting: 21 January) 9:00 - 10:30 AM, Meetinghouse. In response to the NEYM minute on white supremacy, Ministry and Counsel hosts a book study using Waking up White by Debby Irving. Discussions will be held before meeting for worship; a schedule is available here. Books can be purchased at a discount through the Meeting.

Spiritual Roots of Social Action









Sunday, January 28, 2018 2:00 - 4:00 PM, Hannover Meetinghouse. You are invited to the second in a series of interfaith dialogues hosted by Hanover Friends Meeting, where Robert Hirschfeld Will be speaking. Robert Hirschfeld is the 10th Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire, and author of Without Shame or Fear. His studies in literature and existential philosophy have informed his work in social justice and community building. He is noted for his witness in many areas, including environmental issues, highlighted by his leadership of the recent "River of Life: Connecticut River Pilgrimage" of paddling for 40 days this past summer.

If you can’t make this session, you may be interested in others. For more information about the series, see: https://www.fgcquaker.org/cloud/hanover-friends-meeting/announcements/spiritual-roots-social-action-series-explained