Broadmead Friends featured in Blade article

The Christmas Eve edition of the Toledo Blade includes an article about Broadmead Friends.

“For Quakers, Christmas is, in a way, just another day of the year. In the same way non-religious people observe secular traditions — putting up a tree, hosting family dinners, and exchanging gifts — the group, which has Christian roots, doesn’t tie religious traditions to the holiday. “Historically, Quakers wouldn’t celebrate holidays much because they believe every day is sacred,” said Sally Weaver Sommer, who serves as clerk, or administrator, of Broadmead Friends, a group of Quakers that meets in Toledo and Bluffton.”

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