Pacific Yearly Meeting (PYM) is a community of “liberal, unprogrammed” Friends (Quakers) and Quaker Meetings in parts of 3 countries: Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States, including 3 states of the USA: California, Hawai’i, and Nevada. We’re called a “Yearly Meeting” because we meet annually to worship together and conduct our business, while we strive to live our faith every day in our local meetings and communities. Read more about PYM…

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Announcements and Quick Links (updated 6/25/2017)

  • PYM Annual Session 2017: REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
    • Our 2017 Annual Session will be held at Walker Creek Ranch near Petaluma, CA, USA, from Friday, July 14 through Wednesday, July 19, 2017.
    • Update: Revised schedule as of 6/25 posted at info link below. Keynote changed to Saturday morning.
      • Registration & Information about Annual Session
        • Deadlines:
          • June 12: Last day to register without a late fee & Last day to cancel a registration without $100 cancellation fee
          • June 16: Last day to submit requests for financial assistance
          • June 26: Last day for officers and committee clerks to submit reports to Annual Session.
          • Apply to serve as a “FRAP” with teens or Children’s Program Teacher at Annual Session and get your registration fees waived (*Deadline extended: positions open until filled. Please apply a.s.a.p.)
  • PYM Annual Session 2018:  will be at the same location, July 13-18, 2018.
  • New Assistant to the Presiding Clerk:
    Sharon Gates, Assistant to the Clerk <pymassistanttotheclerk@gmail.com>
  • View “Cracking the Codes,” made available here for free thanks to the PYM Racial Justice Subcommittee of Ministry and Oversight, and the PYM Youth Programs Fund. Please encourage Friends and Meetings to view and discuss it.
  • Website: We are in the process of redesigning and cleaning up this website. Thank you for your input and patience! In the meantime, we have deleted all ‘subscriber’ addresses.  We hope to get the RSS feeds working again in the near future.