EVENTS & NEWS


New post to P&SC page on Oct13th. Click here
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1 p.m. Eastern Time on October 24, 2021. All are welcome to attend a virtual memorial honoring Rachel Adamec. Details email ...
A Quaker pastor, writer, blogger, and speaker, Philip Gulley prods his audience to ...
Special zoom program of the Historical Society of Woodstock Thursday, October 14, 2021, 4-5:30 p.m. EST
At Sept 19th Business Meeting Rebecca Cratin will be stepping down as our Clerk. Mike Mrozinski has agreed to become our next clerk with approval of the Monthly Meeting. We will also be discussing blending of our Meetings for worship
Today is a bittersweet day of good news and bad news. I am so happy and relived to report that....
The gardens are full of vegetables to supply the free farm stands and book tables on the street...
Draft Minutes of the August 1st Quarterly Meeting can be...
08-01-2021 Quarterly Meeting Zoom and In-Person at Abington Monthly Meeting
Friendly Fourth will be this Sunday, July 25. An outside gathering is planned following Meeting for Worship. Please bring your own... (click for more info)
Opportunity with representatives from Voices from the Border to ....
A new section has been added to the Website - Peace and Social Concerns
Our week together (July, 27th to August 1st) will begin with ....
Passing the voting rights torch was important to Edna Buckman Kearns, a young wife, mother and fledgling journalist when she ....
Our Friends at Richland Meeting send us this invite to listen to a remarkable choral program that ..
Friends with a heavy heart we pass on the news that ..
Bee! I'm Expecting You: Poems for Pollinators. It is....
This Saturday (June 19th), come celebrate Juneteenth, a day of liberation and freedom. Reflect on this day, take a mural tour, see a free outdoor performance. Details ...
From our hearts and in our prayers we give thanks and wish the staff of PMFS a summer of rest and renewal.
will occur at 7pm on Thursday June 24th and again on Friday the 25th. Please try to attend either or both of these meetings in person at the Meeting House or online. see ...
Marguerite Kearns and John Cardina who have completed two books that have required years of work. The books may seem very different, the struggle for Women’s Rights and the tangled history of weeds however, when...
Events being planned in at local Meetings in our area are
It is with great joy that I invite all of you to join us on Friday, May 7th at 7:00 pm for this year’s Circus, "Zoom on Zoom"! .....
A prayer vigil sponsored by Sanctuary Church of the Holy Spirit will be held ....
On May 7th at 4:30 pm outside the Annie H WIlson room ....
Zoom Quarterly Meeting May 2nd
Festive literary fundraiser for our Gwynedd's pollinator garden and date for planting Plymouth's garden.
On Thursday, April 8, the Whitemarsh Township Board of Supervisors approved the purchase of the Abolition Hall and property
This year’s Good Friday service is a virtual service ...
The Risk Assessment Committee is meeting about outdoor worship.
keynote address by Peter Murchison, a member of Wilton Friends Meeting (CT) whose nephew was one of the first graders killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School eight years ago.
It is with deep sadness that we report the passing of Matt Procyson ....
18th Annual Interfaith walk for Peace and Reconciliation
Article published in the Western Friend written by our newest member Marguerite Kearns.
The Plymouth Meeting Friends School community joins the local and national communities who mourn the acts of violence waged against people of Asian descent.
Maia Tapp (of Abington Meeting) will share from her meditative poetry collection Earth Speaks. Her reading ....
This month’s Quaker Speak Discussion will be a participant’s choice from ...
Our Monthly Meeting came together to review what has occurred in the prior year ..
Here are the slides from the Website walk-through presentation and a treasure hunt to practice finding