Friends General Conference

Nurturing faith and Quaker practice

Providence Friends Meeting

Providence Friends Meeting is an active spiritual community that is diverse, welcoming and inclusive.  Meeting for worship is at the center of the life of our community. We are transparent and open in our organization and activities. Our faith leads us to engage in social justice and peace issues and take an active interest in each other’s lives. We seek humbly to deepen and enrich our spirituality, and discover and nurture the Light that is in every person.

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What's New

Providence Meeting has committed to a year-long exploration of racism and white privilege. As part of this, we invite members and attenders of Providence to join a new adult-education program to deepen our understanding of these issues. In order to develop a deep level of trust within the group that will enable everyone to share his or her own story, we are asking for a commitment to attend as many of the sessions as possible. Out of the ensuing atmosphere of support, we will explore often-difficult topics while providing an opportunity for growth and enlightenment.

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What is now Providence Friends Meeting developed from gatherings for Quaker worship in Upper and Lower Providence Townships, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

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The Working Group on Privilege and Racism has met several times now and looks forward to working with members of Providence Monthly Meeting as we live into the charge raised by Friends at Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. That charge includes inviting Quakers to confront racism, examine privilege, and live into greater communion with Friends and neighbors.

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Together with Media Friends Meeting, Providence Friends support Media-Providence Friends School (MPFS), located at 125 W. Third Street in Media. In addition to financial support, several members of our Meeting serve on the board and staff of MPFS. 

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Two members of the Providence Meeting community, Leslie Friedman and Parker Snowe, have just returned from the Gathering of Friends sponsored by Friends General Conference (FGC). The Gathering is an annual event which brings together approximately 1,500 persons from around the world to live in community according to the Quaker Way. This year's Gathering took place from July 5-11, and was held at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, NC, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains south of Great Smoky Mts. National Park.

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Worship with us!

(610) 566-1308
105 North Providence Road
Media, PA 19063-3503
United States
Meeting Times: 

Meeting for Worship:
11:00 a.m. (child care provided)

First-Day School for Children/Teens:
11:20 a.m.

Meeting for Business:
First Sunday of each month (except July and August) at 9:00 a.m.