Dover Friends Meeting
If you are wondering what God may be, looking for a purpose in life, craving company, or seeking solitude - Come to our Meeting for Worship!
We shall not ask you to speak or sing.
We shall not ask you what you believe.
We shall simply offer you our friendship and a chance to sit quietly and think.
Perhaps somebody will speak, or read, or pray.
And, perhaps, you will find here that which you are seeking.
We believe God's light is in all people, waiting to be discovered.
Gathered in 1662, Dover Friends Meeting is the second oldest congregation in the city. We have members living throughout the Seacoast Region of New Hampshire and southern Maine.
Join friends for potluck dinner followed by a discussion of aging and adapting to the limitations of the elder years. All are welcome.
Join us for pancake breakfast at Tuckaway Farm and hear from Connie Weeks about her journey into her elder years. Arrive for breakfast anytime from 8:00 until 8:45. We gather around the hearth to hear from our friend at 9:00. The event ends at
Lloyd Lee Wilson, author of Essays on the Quaker Vision of Gospel Order as well as other books; and Brian Drayton of Souhegan Friends Meeting (Allowed), the newest addition to Dover Quarter, are visiting Friends in New England under a concern for
To all at Dover Friends, you are invited to take part in a Friendly Breakfast, next First Day at the Meetinghouse. It is potluck, with food to arrive at 8:30, and discussion on inclusion and race begins at 9 over breakfast.
Worship with us!
We invite you to join us in traditional Quaker Meeting for Worship each First Day (Sunday) at 10:30 a.m.
After the first 15 minutes, children may depart for their own activities led by our Religious Education Committee.