MINUTE: "In light of current events which have been focused on racial justice and police community reform, we reaffirm our Quaker beliefs in non-violence and equality for all. There is that of God in everyone. We continue to advocate for peace rather than confrontation.”
Friends, or Quakers, have traditionally referred to the days of the week by number. Thus, Sunday was "First Day." While most of this custom has fallen away, Sunday School is still called First Day School. Ours begins at 9:15 am, Sundays.
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Meeting for Worship will resume, in person, under our trees on Sunday 28 June at 10:30 AM. Please read all of the special instructions for that day on the SCHEDULE page.
A Woodstown teacher, Cape May piano man, and Quaker meeting clerk.
Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday 5 April
We're the Quakers!
If you are wondering what God may be, looking for purpose in life, craving company, or seeking solitude, come to our Meeting for Worship.
We shall not ask you to speak or sing; we shall not ask you what you believe; we shall simply offer you our friendship and a chance to sit quietly.
And perhaps someone will speak, and perhaps someone will read, and perhaps someone will pray, and perhaps you will find here that which you are seeking.
We are not saints; we are not cranks; we are not different ...
Except that we believe that God's light is in everyone,
waiting to be discovered.