Four Doors to Meeting for Worship

Sundays: March 21, April 18, May 16 - Please join Moorestown Friends Meeting for four sessions of virtual Adult Religious Education following meeting for worship.  They will be using William Taber’s essay as a framework for exploration and discussion. One way to enter the deeper experience of community worship is to imagine passing through a series of four stages, or doors. … Continue reading Four Doors to Meeting for Worship

Let’s Talk with a Local Quaker Activist – Moorestown Meeting

Thursday, March 11, 7:30 PM - Boaz Matlack, criminal justice activist and former Camp Dark Waters counselor, joins Moorestown Friends Meeting’s Anti-Racism Committee for a conversation about working with law enforcement, school districts, F/friends and neighbors to address racial justice issues in our communities. Click here to join the conversation on Thursday, March 11 at 7:30 pm, or phone … Continue reading Let’s Talk with a Local Quaker Activist – Moorestown Meeting

Engagement and Fundraising

Engagement and Fundraising: PYM Thread Gathering on Building Community and Philanthropy Saturday, March 6th, 9:00am – 3:00pm    Co-hosted with Moorestown Meeting. Panelists include Robert Vosburgh – Director of Gift Planning at University of Pennsylvania (West Chester MM), Vidya Plainfield – Growth Officer at TechSpeed, an innovative data services companyGeorgette Hamaty – Director of Foundation Relations … Continue reading Engagement and Fundraising

“Political Polarization, threat or opportunity? A spiritually-based perspective”

Friends gather for worship, fellowship and business in monthly meetings.  Friends from 7-9 nearby monthly meetings gather four times a year for quarterly meetings.  We are part of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, which includes Delaware and parts of Pennsylvania, South Jersey, and Maryland, as well as Friends General Conference and the Friends World Committee for Consultation. In this period … Continue reading “Political Polarization, threat or opportunity? A spiritually-based perspective”