What are Epistles?
In a tradition dating back to the first days of the Christian church, New York Yearly Meeting composes an epistle each year during its annual Summer Sessions describing how we perceive the movement of the Spirit among us as a meeting, how we are faring, what our concerns are at that time, and what our hopes are for the future. Typically, these epistles are addressed "to Friends Everywhere" and are distributed to the wider Quaker community, but they are also intended for the wider world beyond Quaker circles.
New York Yearly Meeting Epistles
|NYYM Epistle 2016||07/30/2016|
|Epistle: Young Adult Concerns Committee, 2014||07/25/2016|
|Epistle: Young Adult Concerns Committee, 2016||06/11/2016|
|NYYM Epistle 2015||07/24/2015|
|Summer Sessions 2015, JYM Epistles||07/24/2015|
|NYYM Epistle 2014||07/26/2014|
|Epistle, Young Adult Concerns Committee 6-1-14||07/21/2014|
|NYYM Epistle 2013||07/27/2013|
|NYYM Epistle 2012||07/28/2012|
|NYYM Epistle 2011||07/18/2011|
|Epistle, Young Adult Friends, Summer Sessions 2011||07/18/2011|
|Epistles, JYM, Summer Sessions 2011||07/18/2011|