About Dover-Randolph Friends Meeting

We like to think of ourselves as ‘The little Meeting that could’. 

On any given First Day (Sunday), you will find between four and twenty people at meeting, consisting of visitors, attendee’s and members.  We are small and powerful, with very active committees such as Peace and Social Action and Ministry and Counsel. 

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Upcoming Events:

We continued to have Meeting for Worship in the Meeting House during most of the COVID-19 pandemic, since we are small enough and the Meetinghouse is large enough that we are able to maintain social distancing. Masks are now optional. During good weather we will meet outside.

We wish that all F/friends stay safe and well. Let us all hold each other in the Light.

Here are the dates for upcoming events. 

June 2 – Breakfast forum, beginning at 9:30 AM with the topic of “What is Centering Down Like for You? What are the Obstacles? Do You Have Methods for Centering?”.   Light refreshments will be provided for Friends who want to share food.  All are welcome.

June 8 (Saturday) – FMHCA spring meeting 11 am – 3 pm

June 9 – Meeting for Worship with a Concern for Business.

June 30 – July 6 – Friends General Conference Gathering at Haverford College.  For more information visit https://www.fgcquaker.org/fgcprograms/the-gathering/.

July 21 – Diversity Day on the Morristown Green.

Attending a Friends Meeting

Silent Worship and Quaker Values

• Your first visit to an unprogrammed Meeting

We are a friendly group of people, ranging from teenager to retiree, singles, couples and families. We warmly welcome visitors of any religious affiliation.

When you join us at 11 a.m. for Meeting for Worship, you will find us in silence upon entering the historic Meeting house.

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Please show your support for the Dover Randolph Friends projects

focusing on what is truly important and letting other things fall away.

seeking justice and healing for all people; taking away the causes of war in the ways we live.

Acting on what we believe, telling the truth, and doing what we say we will.

supporting one another in our faith journeys and in times of joy and sorrow; sharing with and caring for each other.

treating everyone, everywhere, as equally precious to God, recognizing that everyone has gifts to share.

caring for the earth, valuing and responding to all of God’s creation; using only our fair share of the earth’s resources; working for policies that protect the planet.

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