1. Event
  2. Middle East & Iran

Living the Palestine Experience by Arthur Meyer Boyd and Margaret Boyd Meyer

May 8, 2019 | Quaker Welcome Center and Online

April 5, 2019


Under military occupation in Palestine, a Quaker school is thriving. How are Quaker values providing hope and building a foundation for a peaceful, just future? How does the Israeli-Palestinian conflict affect daily life in Israel and Palestine? What might the future hold for this troubled region? Join us for the next Quaker Change Maker series event to hear how from Friends Arthur Meyer Boyd and Margaret Boyd Meyer.

Meg and Arthur are members of Stony Run Friends Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland. Now retired, they have both served in leadership capacities at their Meeting, and in Quaker organizations in staff and volunteer positions. Arthur was Associate Executive Secretary of FCNL for nearly 20 years. As “Living Letters” under the auspices of Friends United Meeting (an international organization of Quakers), Arthur and Meg spent 6 months in 2018-2019 at Ramallah Friends School in Palestine and traveled in Israel seeking to gain perspective from both sides

Witness Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Meg and Arthur Boyd

5:15 p.m. EDT Join us in the Quaker Welcome Center parlor to take a moment to reflect in keeping with the Quaker practice of silent worship. RSVPs not required.

6:30 p.m. EDT Join us for Meg and Arthur's presentation. You can join in person at the Quaker Welcome Center in Washington, D.C. or from the comfort of your home over Zoom video webinar or telephone.

  • RSVP to attend this conversation in person at the Quaker Welcome Center. OR
  • Register to join online via Zoom Webinar or call-in via telephone. The instructions and link to live-stream will be emailed to registrants.

Arthur Meyer Boyd

  • Consultant, Planned Giving and Special Projects

Arthur joined the FCNL staff in August, 1995, having previously been for many years the Baltimore Yearly Meeting representative to the FCNL General Committee, and clerk of the Personnel Committee, and a donor. He retired from his position as Associate Executive Secretary for Finance, Administration and Building in December, 2012 but continues to work with FCNL as a consultant. He views his service with FCNL as a practical expression in daily life of his Quaker faith.