York Friends Meeting
Friends and neighbors are invited to read the latest announcements for the York Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, the oldest continuing house of worship and religious activity in York City, Pennsylvania.
We welcome families to worship with us at 11:00am, every First Day.
Join us for the Oliver Kindig -Stokes Memorial Sing --come at 9:15 for refreshments, singing begins at 10. No need to be a singer or familiar with Sacred Harp style of singing. There will be loaner song books and time to learn.
There will be a potluck dinner on the grounds.
You are welcome to a social gathering with food, refreshments and music at a nearby farm afterwards. Bring an instrument if you wish.
Admission is free All are welcome
Native plants, perennials, trees and shrubs
Noninvasive plants and flowers
Collectibles and household items
Proceeds benefit local charities
Feel free to download the PDF flyer below and share widely
Back by popular demand! Celebrate New Year’s Eve with Flute and Friends Duo, Ed and Fran Norton
Light classical music with humor and fun
Each month, Baltimore Yearly Meeting (BYM), the larger regional body of Quakers to which York Friends Meeting belongs, posts events of interest to Friends from Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington DC, and part of PA. Check their web calendar at http://www.bym-rsf.org/events/ymevents/
Quaker Testimonies are a guide for how we should conduct our lives and how we should treat each other. Below are six that form the core of our practice at York Friends Meeting:
Worship with us!
Every First Day (Sunday):
Meeting for Worship 11:00AM-12:00PM
Other Sunday activities:
- • Worshipful Discussion/Worship Sharing 9:30AM -10:45AM
- • First Day (Sunday) School for children, 11:00AM - 11:45AM
- • YFM shared lunch, 12:00PM-1:00PM, all are welcome
- • Meeting for Worship with a Concern for Business, held on first Sunday of the month, 9:00 AM-10:45AM. No worship sharing that day
Every Fourth Day (Wednesday) Seekers on hold until further notice.
In light of health needs of some members and attenders, The York Meeting requests that those joining us for activities, including worship, refrain from wearing perfumes, colognes, or other products containing strong fragrances.