Peace and Social Concerns Committee
The Committee's charge
The Peace and Social Concerns Committee (PSCC) provides advice and support to the Monthly Meeting in the meeting’s witness on issues of peace and social justice. It also encourages members and attenders to participate in the work for social change of larger Quaker groups or other bodies, or to independently pursue leadings to social actions consistent with Friends’ testimonies.
Articles and resources on peace and social concerns
- "Integrity and Mass Incarceration," by Pamela Haines.
- Public Banking in Philadelphia.
- The Cash Bail System—Up Close and Personal.
- Video on on the Pennsylvania Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
Friendly Neighbor Funds
Friendly Neighbor Funds Reports
* Quakers formally express the witness concerns on which the meeting is in full agreement as "minutes," statements of conscience approved in the meeting's meeting for worship with attention to business.