Norristown Friends Meeting
It is difficult to write a description of Friends beliefs that would be acceptable to all the Quakers in the world today. Quakers all share common roots in a Christian movement that arose in England in the middle of the 17th Century. Today, it is generally true that Friends still adhere to certain essential principles:
- a belief in the possibility of direct, unmediated communion with the Divine (historically expressed by George Fox in the statement, "Christ is come to teach his people himself"); and
- a commitment to living lives that outwardly attest to this inward experience.
PYM Continuing Sessions -Saturday, March 25
12:30 – 9:15 p.m. Arch Street Meeting House,320 Arch Street
April16 Easter worship @ Upper Providence Meetinghouse , 8am, followed by Breakfast at Norristown Meeting.
May 7, 2017 Abington Quarterly Meeting
@ Abington monthly meeting
Thanks to Kelly Green for capturing this beautiful picture of our Meetinghouse blanketed with snow.
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The archives of Providence Meeting were a class project led by Mildred Gillam in 1974
Worship with us!
Meeting for Worship
Each First day from 10-11 am
2nd first day after meeting for worship we have a potluck lunch , Greeting and Eating at Meeting.
3rd First day following meeting for worship we atttend to our Monthly meeting's for worship for business.
At Norristown Friends meeting.
All are welcome!