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.

First Day

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

Intergenerational Worship and First-Day School Picnic

Sunday, June 10, 2018 For the first 30 minutes of meeting we will be having an interactive inter-generational worship, and at 11:30 the children will leave to get ready for the religious education end-of-year picnic. Please join us for this potluck picnic at rise of meeting! (This is business-meeting day so we will enjoy the potluck as a community for an hour or so before business meeting.)

Children's Religious Ed will provide the protein (veggie and meat) and a surprise dessert (!), and we invite the community to bring other lunch items to supplement. We suggest if your last name is between A-L please bring a salad (veggies or fruit is also good), M-R a side dish, and S-Z chips or a drink.

Anyone who can come early to meeting (say, 10:30am) would be welcomed to help us set up tables and chairs in the lawn (weather permitting), and if you can stay late to clean up and put things away that would be great as well!

Contact Abby Matchette, Clerk of Children's Religious Education, if you have any questions.

Peace Justice, and Earthcare Meeting

Sunday, July 1, 2018 Rise of meeting, Meetinghouse.

Movie: "White Light, Black Rain"

Wednesday, August 15 4:00 PM, Fletcher Free Library. Peace, Justice and Earth Care and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom cosponsor a showing of this powerful film about the Hiroshima atomic bomb. Here is a link to the Wikipedia article about this film: White Light/Black Rain.