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June Business Meeting Minutes

Blair Jennings
 

Ithaca Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business

June 13, 2021

 

Clerk: Gina Varrichio

Recording Clerks: Marin Clarkberg, Blair Jennings

 

(The @ signifies that the minute has been read and approved during Meeting. Copies of all written reports are on file with and available from the Clerk or Recording Clerk.)

 

2021.6.1 Opening Worship

Ithaca Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends met on-line, via Zoom remote for Monthly Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business on June 13, 2021.

 

At 12:33PM, 13 Friends settled into worship with 7 more Friends joining during this introductory section.

 

Clerk reviewed the agenda for Monthly Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business and recognized Cai Quirk for holding the Meeting in the Light.

 

2021.6.2 Worship Sharing: What Do We Want From Worship?

Considering the variety of ways people are participating in worship at this time (online or in person at the Third Street Meetinghouse & Hector Meetinghouse), the many reasons for their choice to do so, and the fact there are many more who are not worshipping regularly with us at all, IMM seems to have reached another inflection point, where we get the chance to ask: what now? To facilitate spiritual consideration, clerk posed three queries:

 

·      What is most essential to you about Meeting for Worship?

·      What are you doing to prepare your heart and mind for worship, regardless of where you

are worshiping right now?

·      How would you describe the quality of vocal ministry (given by yourself or others) in the

past year? In what way has it contributed to your spiritual life?

 

Friends offered reflections and ministry out of the silence.

 

2021.6.3 COVID Working Group: Proposed Changes to COVID Protocols

On behalf of the Working Group, Barbara Chase shared the following:

A. Gratitude for the significantly improved COVID-19 situation in Tompkin’s County balanced with ongoing concern for populations who are disproportionately affected and places around the world where the pandemic still rages

 

B. Recommendations for revising IMM’s COVID protocols based on clarification from Tompkins County Health Department on exactly how updated COVID guidance from the CDC, NY State Department of Health and Tompkins County Health Department relates to places of worship in general & IMM in particular

 

C. Specific changes to current practice:

1.     The upstairs of the Third Street Meetinghouse is open for use. TSMC will arrange for cleaning of the upstairs as appropriate. Although not COVID related, we remind people of the previous guidelines of not eating in the carpeted areas upstairs.

2.     People are allowed to eat in the TSMH. There is no evidence showing that COVID-19 is spread by food. Please bring your own dishes for now. Consideration of opening the kitchen will be addressed in a future report.

3.     According to the Tompkins County Health Department, we are no longer required to screen people as they enter for symptoms of, or exposure to, COVID-19, and we are not required to collect names for contact tracing. We will no longer have people fill out COVID screening forms or ask people to let Carol know ahead of time if they are coming to Meeting for Worship at TSMH.

4.     There is no need to use one specific door to enter the meeting room and a different door to exit.

5.     For now, indoor Meeting for Worship at TSMH and Hector Meetinghouse and other indoor meeting-wide events will continue to follow the CDC guidance for non-vaccinated

individuals. (At this time this includes mask wearing and 6-foot social distancing.) Further discernment from the IMM community is required for making changes to this.

6.     We respect the various choices that Friends have made/are making regarding COVID

precautions. If Friends are in the building in a small group, any Friend may request

permission of the others present to remove the requesting Friend’s own mask. For example, “Friends would you be comfortable if I removed my mask?” If permission is not given, precautions stated in #5 shall prevail; Friends who decline to offer permission shall be respected for their choice.

7.     The chances of transmitting and catching COVID-19 outside are very small. The airborne

virus is rapidly diluted in the atmosphere outside when an infected person exhales, so that it is very hard for a nearby person to inhale enough virus to become infected. Therefore, we are not setting any COVID guidelines for outdoor IMM events. We recommend each Friend use the COVID precautions such as masks or social distancing that allow them to feel safe at these events. Anyone planning a large outdoor event at TSMH or Hector should contact the COVID Working Group for guidance.

8.     Groups including youth, such as First Day school, TEEN DAY, or tutoring programs, may use the CDC guidelines for social distancing and masks for schools for the appropriate age group instead of the adult guidelines. (For example, current guidelines for middle and high school students are for 3-foot social distancing.)

9.     Outside groups are again invited to submit proposals to use the TSMH within these revised guidelines. TEEN DAY has already submitted a proposal for the 2021-2022 academic year that is consistent with these revised guidelines, and IMM is happy to continue our relationship with TEEN DAY. The Catholic Worker group using the TSMH may now follow these updated guidelines.

10.  All these guidelines may be revised if the pandemic situation improves further or worsens

again and the CDC, NYSDOH or TCHD issue new guidelines.

 

 Friends settled into silent worship to consider what they heard before asking questions and/or sharing ministry. All were recognized, suggested revisions were incorporated, it was acknowledged that these guidelines go beyond those recommended by CDC, etc. and that these challenging times require us to respect people’s feelings around life, death, illness & vulnerability. Gratitude for the whole community as well as for the work of this group was expressed. 


Friends approved the changes.@

 

2021.6.4 Earthcare Committee: New York Yearly Meeting Minute On Earthcare

On behalf of the committee, Margaret McCasland described the history, process and IMM’s Earthcare Committee involvement/text adjustment of the NYYM minute. Margaret & Elizabeth Keokosky read this revised Minute on Earthcare, the full text of which was distributed with the reports for this business meeting (NYYM’s original minute can be found in NYYM’s minutes from Spring Sessions 2021). NYYM’s minute originated and was approved by New Brunswick Monthly Meeting on May 17, 2020 with revisions from Manasquan and further approved in succession as follows:

·      Shrewsbury-Plainfield Half-Yearly Meeting, September 26, 2020

·      NYYM Witness Coordinating Committee, October 17, 2020, with revisions

from the NYYM Climate Justice Working Group on November 6, 2020 & March 4, 2021

·      NYYM April 11, 2021, with revisions proposed April 10, 2021.

·      IMM’s Earthcare Committee w/revision of text related to Friends’ creation of community-based initiatives – April 2021

 

Earthcare recommends that IMM also approve this revised minute and commit itself - through both individual action and committee work - to find ways to embrace and enact the principles it

expresses.

Many Friends have asked “what can I do, specifically” – looking for more detailed, local information and suggestions. Ideally, this minute will inspire IMM to seek out & share specific actions Friends can take to make this minute real in their life and/or community.

Friends approved the IMM Earthcare Committee-revised minute as presented.@

 

2021.6.5 Naming Committee (Reprised): Naming Michelle Brimage To Nominating Committee

On behalf of the committee, Pat Sewell reviewed the history and circumstances surrounding this unusually timed nomination as well as a review of the standard process. For this nomination, the last Naming Committee (officially laid down in February of this year) reconvened to consider and heartily recommends Michelle Brimage’s appointment to the Nominating Committee.

 

Friends approved the nomination.@

 

 2021.6.6 Finance Committee: Moving Funds To Friends Fiduciary Account

On behalf of Finance, IMM Treasurer Pat Sewell referred to a discussion related to long term financial planning that took place during IMM’s April 2021 Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business & provided a detailed description of Friends Fiduciary. In light of its review of the organization’s business model (including specific details about account management and fund accessibility) the committee recommends IMM move $50,000 (out of our currently combined checking/savings balance of $125,000) from Alternatives Federal Credit Union (AFCU) into a Friends Fiduciary account. This would leave more than enough cash readily available to fulfill budgetary needs. As a 501(c) entity, IMM pays no capital gains tax on this withdrawal.

 

The committee has two requests: one, approval to move the money; and two, that Friends choose where the money be placed   The Quaker Growth & Income Fund (QGF) or the Quaker Green Impact Fund (IMPACT). QGF is geared toward increasing our financial assets; IMPACT is geared toward proactive investment in environmentally sustainable businesses. Both funds utilize socially-responsible investing and will give a significant return relative to AFCU.

 

Margaret McCasland shared some history on Friends’ work to make Friends Fiduciary investments more representative of Quaker values, as well as an invitation to join NYYM’s Climate Justice Working Group in its ongoing efforts to help make Friends Fiduciary an even better choice for Quakers.

 

Friends approved moving $50,000 into a Friends Fiduciary Account.@

Friends empowered Finance to transfer these funds from AFCU into the IMPACT fund managed by Friends Fiduciary.@ 

 

2021.6.7 Third Street Meetinghouse And Communications Committees: Sound System For Third Street Meetinghouse

Because of time, this item was held over for consideration during July’s MfWw/AtB.


2021.6.8 Closing Worship

16 Friends settled into silent worship at 3:00 P.M. before adjourning. Our next regular Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business will be held via Zoom at 12:30 P.M. on July 11, 2021.

Respectfully submitted,

Blair Jennings


QuakerSpeak starting slightly late this morning

Bronwyn Mohlke
 

Friends,

There are technical difficulties with the computer at the Third Street Meetinghouse, so QuakerSpeak will occur this morning, but will start a little bit late.

Here is the zoom link:

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 825 8985 5975

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Bronwyn


QuakerSpeak tomorrow morning in the Meetinghouse and on zoom at 9:30 - Giving Vocal Ministry

Carol Clarke
 

Hello friends,
I said this last time, but I forgot to announce this when we were gathered, so this will be the last QuakerSpeak at 9:30 and after tomorrow, the next QuakerSpeak will be at 9:15.   This is so that Friends who wish to may join QuakerSpeak on zoom and then go to Worship in Hector.

Our video tomorrow is the next in our series on Quaker Worship:  Giving Vocal Ministry.   Here is the link:




If you would like to attend Meeting for Worship in person and also QuakerSpeak, please come to the Meetinghouse at 9:30 tomorrow morning.

Here is the zoom link:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82589855975?pwd=SGw0TEhVSC9XbWM2bDdHaHlBOHNJZz09

Meeting ID: 825 8985 5975

There is no password for this meeting whether phone or device.
One tap mobile
+19292056099,,82589855975# US (New York)
+12133388477,,82589855975# US (Los Angeles)


The full series is:

1. What to Expect at Quaker Meeting for Worship
2 Quaker Meeting for Worship Pt. 1: The Challenge of Sitting in Silence
3. Quaker Meeting for Worship Pt 2: Giving Vocal Ministry
4. Quaker Meeting for Worship Pt. 3: The Gathered Meeting

Here is the link to the last  two videos:







Where is God in this picture? God is all over the place. God is up there, down here, inside my skin and out. God is the web, the energy, the space, the light ...revealed in that singular, vast net of relationship that animates everything that is. . . .    Barbara Brown Taylor

Relational power takes great strength. ...the radical manifestations of relational power are found in people like Martin Luther King, Jr.Mahatma Gandhi, and Jesus. It requires the willingness to endure tremendous suffering while refusing to hate. It demands that we keep our hearts open to those who wish to slam them shut. It means offering to open up a relationship with people who hate us, despise us, and wish to destroy us. C. Robert Mesle


Quaker Women's Fellowship

Kris Altucher
 

Here's the link again, hope to see you at 6:30!

Kris


Join Zoom Meeting

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Passcode: women

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Quaker Women's Fellowship

Kris Altucher
 

Hello -

We will be meeting by Zoom Friday (tomorrow) at 6:30 and we would love to see your shiny face!  Link info below.

Note that this is the last time we will meet this summer, in September we will reassess and decide whether or not to resume gathering in person.

Kris

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 872 0179 0136
Passcode: women

Dial by your location
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+1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 872 0179 0136



Quaker looking for a ride to 3rd St Meetinghouse for worship on Sundays

Carol Clarke
 

Hello Friends,
Gwyn Singer, a member of IMM many years ago has returned to Ithaca and she would like to come to in person worship.   She needs a ride to and from the meeting.   She lives on north Aurora St. and has a walker.   Now that our ramp is rebuilt, she could definitely join us for worship.   

I can't give her a ride because I am doing QuakerSpeak in the Meetinghouse and Gwyn doesn't want to get there that early or have to be out for that long.   Is there anyone else who could give Gwyn a ride to and from Meeting this Sunday?  

This is something Gwyn would like every Sunday, so if you can't this Sunday but you could next Sunday that would be great too!   I can't then either because I am going to NYC to visit my sister.

Please contact me if you are willing and able to help Gwyn get to Worship and I will give you Gyn's address and phone number.   She is delightful and I know you will enjoy meeting her.

Carol Clarke

Where is God in this picture? God is all over the place. God is up there, down here, inside my skin and out. God is the web, the energy, the space, the light ...revealed in that singular, vast net of relationship that animates everything that is. . . .    Barbara Brown Taylor

Relational power takes great strength. ...the radical manifestations of relational power are found in people like Martin Luther King, Jr.Mahatma Gandhi, and Jesus. It requires the willingness to endure tremendous suffering while refusing to hate. It demands that we keep our hearts open to those who wish to slam them shut. It means offering to open up a relationship with people who hate us, despise us, and wish to destroy us. C. Robert Mesle


Peace and Social Justice Committee Meeting

Elizabeth Schneider
 

The Peace and Social Justice Committee will be meeting on Sunday, June 20, at 12:30.  This is an "open" committee, meaning that all are welcome -- participation does not go through the Nominating Committee process.  Please feel free to come and bring your own concerns or interests.  At this time we are meeting via Zoom: 
Meeting ID: 874 5684 8390
Password: peace
If you have any questions, please call Elizabeth Schneider 607-351-0057.
 
 


Reminder: Online Memorial Meeting for Chuck Mohler is tonight 6/16

Melissa Travis Dunham
 

Just wanted to remind you that the online memorial meeting for Chuck is tonight, Wed, June 16 at 7pm. All are welcome to join us.


Join the Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 896 1188 7442
Passcode: friends

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Online Memorial Meeting for Chuck Mohler

Melissa Travis Dunham
 

Friends,

About 75 people gathered at Hector last Saturday to remember and celebrate the life of Chuck Mohler. It was a lovely, meaningful time for F/friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors to reflect on Chuck's kindness, generosity, faith, intellect, and pragmatism.

A second, online, memorial meeting has been scheduled for Wed, June 16 at 7pm. All are welcome to join us.

F/friends and family will gather via Zoom for a Meeting for Worship in celebration of the life of Chuck Mohler. More details are available on our website:
 https://ithacamonthlymeeting.org/chuckmohler/
 
Join the Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89611887442?pwd=dTY1UDM1NHJGc3drREE2VDc0ejFKdz09

Meeting ID: 896 1188 7442
Passcode: friends

One tap mobile
+16465189805,,89611887442# US (New York)
+19292056099,,89611887442# US (New York)

Dial by your location
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Meeting ID: 896 1188 7442


Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business is June 13!

clerk@ithacamonthlymeeting.org
 

Join us for our June Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business, Sunday, June 13 at 12:30pm via Zoom. You can access the meeting using the same link you would to attend the online Meeting for Worship on Sunday morning, available HERE. Attached, please find the agenda and all reports.

Gina


Second Threshing Session on NYYM Finances is June 10

clerk@ithacamonthlymeeting.org
 

You guys! This is tomorrow, but there is still a little room in it for YOU to join us!

Gina

View this email in your browser
Second of Three Threshing Sessions on NYYM Finances is This Thursday
June 10, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

You are invited to share your voice at a threshing session to consider how NYYM uses our resources. Specifically we will talk about our financial resources: how NYYM spends money, how we hope NYYM will spend money, how we decide what to spend money on.  

2nd Threshing Session graphicA threshing session is an opportunity to consider everyone’s concerns and expectations and to help season matters under consideration; no decisions are made at these sessions. There are two remaining threshing sessions on NYYM's finances to choose from (you can attend more than one session.)

  • Thursday, June 10, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 19, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

You may find it helpful to review, in advance, a Q&A on NYYM's finances, including how the budget is created, what budget matters Friends are concerned about right now, and how we got to where we are.

Please register here for one or more of these virtual sessions!

COME AND BE HEARD!

Questions? Contact Elaine Learnard or the NYYM office.

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June Sharing our. Spiritual Journeys

Barbara Chase
 

Friends,

Join us Sunday June 27th at 9:30am for the next in our 4th Sunday worship sharing series. You can join us in person at the Third Street Meetinghouse or via Zoom.

Dave Horton will share about his spiritual journey followed by time for questions or sharing from our own spiritual journeys.


QuakerSpeak tomorrow morning at 9:30 either on Zoom or in the Meetinghouse: The Challenge of Sitting in Silence

Carol Clarke
 

Hello Friends,
Please forgive the lateness of this reminder.  We have another QuakerSpeak tomorrow morning at 9:30, both on zoom and in the Meetinghouse.  After tomorrow, QuakerSpeak will be starting at 9:15 and ending at 10am (so the one on June 20 will be at 9:15.

Here is a link to the video:




If you would like to attend Meeting for Worship in person and also QuakerSpeak, please come to the Meetinghouse at 9:30 tomorrow morning.

Here is the zoom link:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82589855975?pwd=SGw0TEhVSC9XbWM2bDdHaHlBOHNJZz09

Meeting ID: 825 8985 5975

There is no password for this meeting whether phone or device.
One tap mobile
+19292056099,,82589855975# US (New York)
+12133388477,,82589855975# US (Los Angeles)




The full series is:

1. What to Expect at Quaker Meeting for Worship
2 Quaker Meeting for Worship Pt. 1: The Challenge of Sitting in Silence
3. Quaker Meeting for Worship Pt 2: Giving Vocal Ministry
4. Quaker Meeting for Worship Pt. 3: The Gathered Meeting

Here is the link to the last video:

Where is God in this picture? God is all over the place. God is up there, down here, inside my skin and out. God is the web, the energy, the space, the light ...revealed in that singular, vast net of relationship that animates everything that is. . . .    Barbara Brown Taylor

Relational power takes great strength. ...the radical manifestations of relational power are found in people like Martin Luther King, Jr.Mahatma Gandhi, and Jesus. It requires the willingness to endure tremendous suffering while refusing to hate. It demands that we keep our hearts open to those who wish to slam them shut. It means offering to open up a relationship with people who hate us, despise us, and wish to destroy us. C. Robert Mesle


No ramp @ Meeting House

Pat Sewell
 

Hello everyone, the ramp at the Third Street Meeting House is currently under construction and will not be useable for Meeting tomorrow.


Re: Reminder: Memorial Meeting for Worship for Chuck Mohler

Nancy Riffer
 

Thank you to Melissa and Emily for planning an online opportunity to remember Chuck and for being inclusive.

On Fri, Jun 4, 2021 at 4:54 PM Melissa Travis Dunham <mtravisdunham@...> wrote:
Friends,

The Memorial Meeting for Worship for Chuck is tomorrow at 3pm at the Hector Meetinghouse. If you've already responded or filled out the RSVP form, thank you!  There is still time to RSVP if you haven't yet and are considering attending. There is sufficient space for everyone who has RSVPed so far (63 people). But we are at the limit of how many people can fit under the tent in a socially distanced way. If you'd like to be there and sit in a lawn chair outside the area of the tent that's fine. Please be sure you're positioned at least 6 feet from other people. Please RSVP online using this form.

We now have another option instead of attending in person tomorrow. There will be a separate and additional memorial meeting for worship via Zoom at a later day and time. We're still finalizing when that will be so stay tuned.

thanks,
Melissa


Reminder: Memorial Meeting for Worship for Chuck Mohler

Melissa Travis Dunham
 

Friends,

The Memorial Meeting for Worship for Chuck is tomorrow at 3pm at the Hector Meetinghouse. If you've already responded or filled out the RSVP form, thank you!  There is still time to RSVP if you haven't yet and are considering attending. There is sufficient space for everyone who has RSVPed so far (63 people). But we are at the limit of how many people can fit under the tent in a socially distanced way. If you'd like to be there and sit in a lawn chair outside the area of the tent that's fine. Please be sure you're positioned at least 6 feet from other people. Please RSVP online using this form.

We now have another option instead of attending in person tomorrow. There will be a separate and additional memorial meeting for worship via Zoom at a later day and time. We're still finalizing when that will be so stay tuned.

thanks,
Melissa


Seeking input on TSMH assistive listening system

Tom Ruscitti <trbuy@...>
 

Hello Friends,

The Communications Committee is working on possibilities for an assistive listening system. I tried various ideas before I started wearing hearing aids but I'm aware that others may have different needs and approaches. I'd like to gather input from Friends with hearing loss (or even those who may not have measurable impairment but are just having a hard time hearing others at TSMH) to try to get a sense of the range of needs and possible solutions at TSMH. Please contact me directly off-list at <ruscitti@twcny.rr.com>.

Thanks,

- Tom Ruscitti


Re: May newsletter

Marin E. Clarkberg
 

And by “May” I mean June. Sigh.

On Jun 1, 2021, at 7:47 AM, Marin E. Clarkberg <clarkberg@cornell.edu> wrote:

Friends, May has already arrived and yet the newsletter for the month is still just an idea.

Send me your contributions and we can make this a reality! If you could get me anything you would like to share in the Ithaca Monthly Meeting newsletter by the end of the day tomorrow (Wednesday), I will do what I can. Thank you!





May newsletter

Marin E. Clarkberg
 

Friends, May has already arrived and yet the newsletter for the month is still just an idea.

Send me your contributions and we can make this a reality! If you could get me anything you would like to share in the Ithaca Monthly Meeting newsletter by the end of the day tomorrow (Wednesday), I will do what I can. Thank you!


Register Now for Threshing Sessions on NYYM Finances

clerk@ithacamonthlymeeting.org
 

Whether you never miss a New York Yearly Meeting Session or you don't even know what exactly NYYM does, these threshing sessions may be for you! How the statewide body of Friends invests its resources can have a direct effect on what happens in our own Monthly Meeting.
Wish there was more support for young adults? Hoping for more resources for children and young families? Want to see more racial justice and anti-racism initiatives for Friends? Share YOUR priorities with NYYM. See more info below.

Gina

PS - And besides, some of your favorite IMMers will be there!

COME AND BE HEARD!

You are invited to a threshing session to consider how NYYM uses our resources. Specifically we will talk about our financial resources: how NYYM spends money, how we hope NYYM will spend money, how we decide what to spend money on.  

A threshing session is an opportunity to consider everyone’s concerns and expectations, staying together through a process of listening and discernment, and guided by Spirit. A threshing session is to help season matters under consideration; no decisions are made at these sessions.

Is our yearly meeting stewarding our money faithfully? How much flexibility is possible? What things should be considered as we move forward with witness work and serving children, youth, and young adults in our yearly meeting? 

Whether you are new to these questions or have been thinking about them for a long time, whether you avoid spreadsheets or use them every day, whether you frequently attend  yearly meeting events or have never been to one, your voice is needed. 

In fact, without your voice, we would not get to hear the real needs, the real hopes, the real aspirations, the real calling of NYYM. 

If you like, you can review a Q&A on what will be “threshed,” such as how the budget is created, what budget matters Friends are concerned about right now, and how we got to where we are.

Please register here for one or more of these virtual sessions!

COME AND BE HEARD!
Sunday, June 6, 3:00-6:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 10, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 19, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Questions? Contact Elaine Learnard or the NYYM office.




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