Meeting for Worship and First Day School, Every Sunday 10am

Radnor Meeting is now conducting Hybrid Meetings. You can attend meetings for worship online through ZOOM or at the meetinghouse.

You can access the ZOOM meeting through this link. All are welcome! The meeting gathers on Sundays at 9:45 am, and worship runs from about 10 am through 11 am.  Those who wish to attend in person at the meeting house are free to do so. In view of ongoing concerns related to COVID-19, those at the meeting house are requested to wear masks when inside and practice social distancing where possible. We encourage all attendees in person to be vaccinated. Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell. These guidelines will be continually reviewed throughout the year.

At Radnor Friends Meeting we believe that every person is loved by the Divine Spirit.
There are Quakers of all ages, religious backgrounds, races, education, sexual orientations,
gender and identities.
You are welcome to join us as you are. Dress as you feel comfortable.

Meeting Life

Radnor Meeting supports Afghan Refugees

Radnor Meeting members have been working with members of the local interfaith community who have been involved with hosting and caring for refugees.    I-LEAD, Inc., the nonprofit organization was...

Forum recording – “The Ideal of Quaker Worship”

Ben Pink Dandelion presented a forum on November 7 at the rise of meeting for worship on the ideal of Quaker worship.  Ben is a Professor of Quaker Studies and Programmes Leader at the Centre for...

Update from the Radnor Meeting Carbon Busters

On May 23rd the Carbon Busters (Carbon Net Neutral Committee) facilitated a forum to explore the committee’s progress four months in, and offer ideas and food for thought. We spoke about the...

Radnor Friends to ‘Rock the Block’ with Habitat for Humanity – June 5, 2021

On June 5, the Radnor Friends Men’s Group volunteered in support of Habitat for Humanity (Montco-Delco) by cleaning up a block in Norristown where Habitat is actively supplying affordable housing....

Concern over the events of January 6th

The members of Radnor Meeting adopted the following minute in April 2021: “A minute of concern over the events of January 6th and the increasing culture of violence in our country.”  As Friends, it...

Upcoming Events

Spring Retreat – Saturday March 26, 8:30 AM – 2PM

These last few years have given unique challenges to our worshiping community. Therefore, Worship and Ministry invites you to join us for Radnor’s spring retreat on Saturday March 26, 8:30AM-2PM as...

Forum on Worshiping God in Places Appropriated by Force from Indigenous People April 3rd

Many members of the Society of Friends worship God in places that have been appropriated by force from indigenous peoples. What challenges arise when they try to do that, and how do Friends respond...

Conflict Resolution Forum on March 6th

Care and Counsel is planning an initial forum addressing conflict, including conflict we experience as members of our own Meeting. This forum will address how we manage conflict and transform it...

Climate Action Forum on Feb 27th

On Feb. 27 the Climate Action Committee will present a forum about how we can work together to reduce our carbon footprint and find ways to work with others in meaningful ways to influence the...

Radnor Meeting Book Club meeting monthly

The men's group and the women's group of Radnor Meeting have joined forces to create a book club. Guests who make contact through a Radnor participant are welcome! The group will focus on books,...

Spiritual Development Circle now meeting monthly

If you are interested in discussing topics of Spirituality in a small group setting, check out The Radnor Meeting Spiritual Development Circle.  All are welcome, including guests invited by meeting...