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Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting

You Are Welcome Here – Please worship with us

Join us for worship at 11 AM every Sunday at 1515 Cherry St, Philadelphia, PA 19102.

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About Our Meeting (Church)

Central Philadelphia Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends is a large, urban Quaker meeting, diverse in many ways, and we welcome visitors.

  • We worship by gathering and silently waiting for the Spirit to guide us. Learn more about Quaker worship here.
  • We celebrate diversity and welcome people from all walks of life. We are a welcoming and affirming congregation for LGBTQ people.
  • We are also involved in various activities to further peace and social justice.
  • For more information about our meeting, click About in the menu above.
  • What's happening: See the Google calendar to the right for meeting activities and click Events in the menu above for highlighted events.

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Meeting Times

11:00 AM on Sunday Mornings

What's New

Here's some tools for us to use to go deeper and transform our conversations about racism 

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Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting is glad to announce the hiring of a new Meeting secretary, Dan Zemaitis. Dan will be taking over for Amy Ward Brimmer, who has been the secretary for the previous 4 years. Dan is a member of Moorestown Monthly Meeting, a graduate of Moorestown Friends and Haverford College and holds a PhD in Religion and Theology with a focus on Quaker Studies from the University of Birmingham, UK. Dan has worked at Friends Academy of Westampton, Camp Dark Waters in Medford, NJ, the John Woolman Memorial Association in Mt.

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Document outlining the roles and expectations of being a member of Central Philadeplhia Monthly Meeting 

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Steve Davison will facilitate a continuing discussion of Bible passages that were important to early Friends.

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By Tricia Sutterley

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By George Lakey

In a report to the October 2017 CPMM newsletter I summarized my year-and-a-half travel in the ministry of equality featuring the book Viking Economics.  Starting in 2016, I travelled to 20 states and four foreign countries, usually at the initiative of Friends but also speaking at bookstores, universities, and other public forums.

 

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Worship with us!

(215) 241-7260
Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting at Friends Center
1515 Cherry Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
United States
Meeting Times: 

11:00 AM on Sunday Mornings

Events Calendar