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. As of March 13, 2022, onsite participants at Meeting for Worship and other events at Radnor Meeting are welcome to wear or not wear masks according to their individual discretion. We encourage all attendees in person to be vaccinated. Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell. These guidelines will be updated as required by current conditions.

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

Our Landscaping, in the Big Scheme of Climate

Today we'd like to talk about a good starting plan for landscaping modification, with some observations from Doug Ross, who is offering vital know-how and experience. This task is important to do,...

When Mourning Loss Becomes Celebrating Simplicity

Contemplating the phrase “I could never give up __________.” In a materialistic society, in a complex, profit-driven social system, when we give something up, people think we enter the process of...

EMERGE

As the acronym SPICES guides spiritual attitudes and engagement, the acronym EMERGE can guide discernment as we learn to avoid doing further anthropogenic damage, and as we live in right relationship with Earth’s finite components and its natural balance.

Engineers Without Borders (EWB) – Ecuador Project

Working with Temple University - Engineers Without Borders (EWB), fellow Quaker Christopher Fantozzi is currently working on an important sanitation project for the small indigenous community of...

Inflation Reduction Act: Climate Questions Persist

Will government and technology lead us away from a climate crisis tipping point? Or is it up to ourselves, and the testimony of simplicity, to lead?

Upcoming Events

Forum on Imagining an Abolitionist Future – Sunday, January 21, 2024

Forum on Imagining an Abolitionist Future, presented by Lillian Austin, Benjamin Lay Fellow - What does it mean to be an abolitionist? Historical abolitionist movements radically opposed human...

Quarterly Meeting for Business at Radnor, January 28, 2024 at 9 am

Radnor Meeting, as a member of the Haverford Quarter, which includes Haverford, Old Haverford, Merion, Newtown and Valley Meetings, as well as Radnor, is hosting Quarterly Meeting on January 28. It...

Help us support the Interfaith Hospitality Network – 4/17/24

Please volunteer to help provide a dinner for 1-3 homeless families housed by the Interfaith Hospitality Network. Radnor Meeting is responsible for this pre-thanksgiving dinner on Wednesday 4/17/24....

Radnor Meeting Book/Film club

Radnor has selected our next book! We'll be reading "Sing, Unburied, Sing," by Jesmyn Ward, winner of the National Book Award for 2017. This novel, which offers an intimate portrait of a family and...