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

Links: Our Food, Our Climate, and Biodiversity Loss

We have been talking about the connection between our dietary decisions and what happens to the planet’s climate system. What about the interconnected link from our diets to struggling species?

RGGI and Why It Matters to Radnor Meeting

Radnor Monthly Meeting has supported Pennsylvania’s entry into the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI; nicknamed “Reggie”), linking Pennsylvania with 11 other New England and Mid-Atlantic states in an ongoing effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions generated by electricity.

Earth Quaker Action Team (EQAT) presentation on Vanguard’s Big Problem

EQAT (Earth Quaker Action Team) presented on Wednesday, April 20th at Radnor Meeting on how Vanguard is driving the Climate Crisis.   They explained the links between large financial banks and the...

Potluck and Fellowship Food: Preparing Easy, Low-Carbon, Animal-Free Foods to Share  

Enjoy cooking? Eat "low on the food chain" and decrease emissions, land use, global deforestation and habitat loss. On the level of personal impact, divestment from animal products has more...

Taking Action for the Climate

How Do Electric Cars Fit In?   Our nascent Climate Action Committee has been contemplating an electric car charger as one possible wish-list item for the Radnor Meeting House. The electric vehicle...

Upcoming Events

Humanity Rising! On May 7, 2-4 pm at Lansdowne Friends Meeting

Humanity Rising! On May 7, 2-4 pm, our friend Andrea Swinton is presenting "Humanity Rising," a human-centered approach to resolving cultural and racial conflict and celebrating differences.  In...

May 1st – The Intersections of Quaker and Buddhist Wisdom in the 21st Century

On Sunday May 1st at 11:15 AM there will be a presentation on the intersection between Quaker and Buddhist wisdom.  Attend on-site or use the link on the home page to attend via Zoom. This unique...

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,...