Haverford Friends Meeting
Revolutionaries from the start, Quakers defied the Church of England and embraced racial and gender equality. Using archival footage, interviews, voiceover historical quotations, and graphic animations, Quakers: The Quiet Revolutionaries reveals nearly four centuries of Quaker activism.
The especially compelling parts of the documentary are memoirs of people who were conscientious objectors in World War II, the Vietnam War, and, most recently, the Gulf War of the early 1990s. There is a section on American Friends Service Committee and a sketch on a prominent Cincinnati businessman who was a tax resister and how he made his stand public.
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Through the end of March, there will be no Worship, No Childcare and no Social Hour, no meetings of any group at Haverford Friends Meeting. We are investigating how to hold virtual meetings for worship online. We will keep you updated.
This decision was made in discernment with Clerks/Contacts and in light of the Governor's requests for Montgomery County, Lower Merion’s actions, Friends School Haverford’s move away from in-person classes and reports of closings by other religious organizations.