You are welcome here.

Sundays at 10 am.  Join us! (Directions below)

  

What do we believe?

The most fundamental belief of Quakers is that every person holds within them the essence of God, and can access that essence for guidance through worship and prayer.  Our practices evolve from this essential belief.  Our behavior with each other and in the world show common themes of peace, simplicity, equality, and integrity – often referred to as our testimonies. All are based on our experience of the divine acting in our lives and relationships.

It is traditional Quaker practice that we “minute” statements that reflect our understanding of the Spirit at work among us, and in the world. Current statements from our meeting include our discernment regarding same-gender marriage, criminal justice reform, earthcare witness, and other worldly concerns.

What is our Meeting for Worship like? 

We worship with no pastor or professional minister. Our experience is that the Holy Spirit is present among us and will guide us.  This is called unprogrammed worship in the Quaker tradition.

Find out more about what to expect in our Meeting for Worship on our newcomers page.

After Meeting for worship each week, we join together for meeting business, potlucks, religious education, and social time.  You may see our schedule of those monthly events here.

Join us!
Driving: 

Enter through the courtyard on the right side of the school, access from the parking lot. ** Cadbury Road is marked “Do Not Enter” but that is ONLY DURING WEEKDAY SCHOOL HOURS. ** You may drive up the road in front of the school to our parking lot, or park on the street!

Walking: 

from Mass Ave, take Upland Rd. to Corcoran playground (6 blocks counting on the right). Cut diagonally across the park to Walden St. Turn left on Walden, go to Wood St., the first street on the right (purple house with large pine tree on corner), turn right and walk one block. Cross Cadbury Rd, go along the east (right) side of the school, go inside the courtyard.  3/4 mile, 15 minutes’ walk.