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A Quaker Community in Medford, New Jersey

Medford Friends Meeting

Recently, Medford Friends Meeting has received a few messages from people who were distressed by the Black Lives Matter sign in front of our meetinghouse.  We placed that sign on our lawn as an expression of love for the many people who feel our society, our laws, and our institutions, have not valued them.  We welcome the opportunity to have a conversation with anyone who would like to share their feelings about this in a spirit of love and respect.  If you would like to meet with us, please contact us at 609-953-8914. 

Due to Restrictions on Public Gatherings, No Events are being held at the Meetinghouse at this time.

"Medford Friends Meeting joins with people of goodwill everywhere in affirming the way of love. We denounce the normalization of hate and violence in our society. We commit to working with others to build trust and understanding in our wider community." - Medford Monthly Meeting 2018

Welcome to the website of Medford Friends Meeting.  We invite you to spend some time with us, whether it is exploring our Meeting and Quakerism on these pages, or worship with us on Sunday!  Medford is located in southern NJ, about 18 miles east of Philadelphia, PA.  (See the map to the right.)

Medford Meeting is an active, diverse community, offering opportunities for spiritual enrichment and friendship.

Meeting Times

Zoom Meeting for Worship every Sunday at 10:00 AM Contact us for Zoom link and Info.

Office Hours: 8:30am-12:00pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

What's New

The SARI (Stand Against Racial Injustice) Project was founded in Summer 2020 by two individuals from the Marlton, NJ community. The SARI Project's mission is to distribute free yard signs to families, organizations, and businesses within the South Jersey community.

Library committee has added three new requested books: 

Across That Bridge: Life Lessons and a Vision for Change by John Lewis. (social justice section)

 His Truth Is Marching On: John Lewis and the Power of Hope by historian Jon Meacham. (social justice section)  


Anti-racism Collaborative Survey

Haddonfield Quarter

Interviewer:  Sue Dietz

Number Friends/attenders attending and engaging:  20-39


1.  Has race become a matter of attention?

            4. Yes, Friends have actively engaged


2.  How racially diverse is your meeting?

            At least one person of color


3.  Describe ministry or programs addressing racism

            A 7


75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice



Lately, a persistent humming sound has been reported in some neighborhoods.

It is not a cause for concern.

It’s the reassuring  sound of sewing machines—dozens of them, running at odd times of day and night to meet a new and pressing need.

Resources for Friends and Meetings during the COVID-19 Pandemic


Part One released April 22nd, 2020, Part Two and Bonus Track released May 7th, 2020.

As the COVID-19 infection rate continues to climb, and people we care about become ill or lose their lives as a result of the pandemic, FGC decided to talk to three Quaker chaplains about grief, death, and dying.


Worship with us!

14 Union Street
Medford, NJ 08055
United States
Meeting Times: 

Zoom Meeting for Worship every Sunday at 10:00 AM Contact us for Zoom link and Info.

Office Hours: 8:30am-12:00pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays