Welcoming Friends since 1754

New Garden Friends Meeting is an inclusive, welcoming faith community in the tradition of the Religious Society of Friends. Our members and attenders represent a wide range of religious backgrounds and traditions. Grounded in more than 250 years of Quaker heritage, New Garden remains a vital Meeting for those who seek that of God in every person.

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The Calendar

Upcoming at New Garden
Mon 22
Tue 23

Ukestra

April 23 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wed 24

Adult Choir Rehearsal

April 24 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wed 24

High School Young Friends

April 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:45 pm
Wed 24

Meditation

April 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Thu 25

Legacy Gifts Presentation

April 25 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Looking Ahead

News you need to know

Baby/Child Dedication Dates / May 12 & June 16

You can schedule your child’s dedication on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 12 or Father’s Day, June 16. (You choose which day works best for your family.) Families with babies or young children are welcome to participate in this beautiful and welcoming tradition. Please email Karin Heller if you would like your child included. We need…

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Quaker Lake Fundraiser / Golf Tournament / May 18

Centre Friends Meeting Quaker Men are sponsoring a golf tournament on May 18 to support Quaker Lake. They need not only golf players but also, and especially, hole sponsors. The Quaker Lake Board is encouraging all Friends meetings in the area to support this important fundraising effort. Go to: quakerlakecamp.org/golf-tournament or check in New Garden…

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“Green Drinks Greensboro” Forum / April 25

Scuppernong Books / 7:00 p.m. / A forum “Green Drinks Greensboro” will be held on April 25, at 7 p.m. at Scuppernong Books in downtown Greensboro. Think Globally Act Locally – How can we get local government to take bold action on climate change? Speakers: Ken Brame, Chair of NC Sierra Club Chapter & Chair…

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Legacy Gifts Presentation / April 25

6:30 p.m. in the living room at Friends Homes West / Come and learn about planned giving! If you are interested in how you can leave Quaker organizations money, please join Mimi Blackwell from Friends Fiduciary for a presentation on legacy gifts. This event is being hosted by New Garden Friends Meeting, New Garden Friends…

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Results from Food Drive

1,472 lbs. of food was collected on Friday, April 5 by soggy, but determined New Gardeners! Thanks go to Pat Adelberger, Nancy Walker, Danny Finnegan, Molly Maynard, Carol Cothern, Rick Tunkel, Dianne Lytle, Sara White, John Farmer, Judy Haughee-Bartlett, and Janet Inmon, who didn’t let a constant spring drizzle keep from helping to re-stock the…

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Spring Fun Night / April 27

Norvell Hall, 5 – 7:30 p.m. Mark your calendars for Spring Fun Night. Friends are encouraged to bring a game and join us for food, fun, and fellowship!

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Help Us Welcome a Refugee Family From Syria

A new family of 4 is coming to our community. They are related to several of the families we previously resettled, so it will be a joyful reunion for sure! We need your donations of gently used items to help make the family feel comfortable and welcome. If you can help, contact Cindy Knul or call 336-255-1968.…

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Contributions Needed for Local “Community of Friends” Historic Panel

New Garden Friends Meeting is sponsoring one of the outside panels, or rounding boards, on a carousel that Greensboro Rotary is installing at the Country Park/Natural Science Center.  Each panel will highlight an aspect of Greensboro’s history and our panel is “Community of Friends,” with images that speak to New Garden Quakers’ historic role, including…

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AmeriCorps is Recruiting Full & Part-Time Members

Americorps is recruiting 4 full-time and 23 part-time AmeriCorps members for agencies in the community which serve individuals currently experiencing homelessness or who are at-risk for becoming homeless. AmeriCorps participates at a variety of sites across the area. Benefits vary depending on whether the role is part or full-time. They include a monthly stipend plus…

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First Day Events

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