Parting Ways was an African-American settlement in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It was founded on 94 acres by four former slaves who fought in the American Revolutionary War: Cato Howe, Prince Goodwin, Plato Turner, and Quamony Quash and their families. The ceremony honoring these veterans is held in our Meetinghouse.
We all need a place to be, a place to belong, a place to call home when times are wonderful and when they are tough. We all need a community we can count on.
In the Beloved Community, we know we belong. It is an aspiration we strive for.