March 23, 7:00pm – 8:30pm - PYM Spring Continuing Sessions –Following worship, there will be a discussion with members of the Eco-Justice Collaborative regarding their proposal, “Making Climate Change A Yearly Meeting Witness.” For advance documents and to pre-register Here:
The Anti-Racism Committee of Moorestown Friends Meeting seeks to identify political and legislative priorities to support anti-racism. Given the Meeting’s roots in NJ farming, one obvious area of interest is agriculture. The committee acknowledges the systemic racism that permeates agriculture and farming in the United States. US Senator Cory Booker has taken note of the relative … Continue reading Moorestown Friends Meeting: Black-owned Farming
Last year, Haddonfield Monthly Meeting approved a Minute of Religious Service in support of David Austin’s work with Moms Demand Action, a national, non-partisan anti-gun violence activist organization. His current focus is the BeSMART campaign, a safe storage education program. Gun sales have sky-rocketed since the beginning of the pandemic, including in our own state … Continue reading Haddonfield Meeting: Gun Safety
Work is underway for the stabilization of the Meeting house thanks to a grant from Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.
Bucks Quarter Peace Fair & Young Friends Peace Fair Young Friends offer people-power for the set-up and basic function of Bucks Quarter’s annual Peace Fair. Plans include manual labor, running kids’ games, free time in the nearby Peddler’s Village, and a pizza party by the pool. September 21 4:00 pm – Sep 23 12:00 … Continue reading Bucks Quarter & Young Friends Peace Fair, Sept 21