LET YOUR LIFE SPEAK

AN INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY OF SPIRITUAL SEEKERS

West Grove Friends Meeting

COME JOIN US!

SUNDAYS AT MEETING

EGGERS

Breakfast & Book Discussion Group

Sundays at 8:00am

To Join our Zoom - email WGQuakers@gmail.com

MEETING FOR WORSHIP

Sundays at 10:00am

MEETING FOR BUSINESS

Second Sundays at 11:00am

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MEETING NEWS

Keep up with all the news and happenings at West Grove Meeting!

Click the newsletter and catch up with us.

If you would like the newsletter via email send us a message at WGQualers@gmail.com

OR

if you prefer mail, drop us a note to:

West Grove Friends

PO Box 7

West Grove, PA 19390

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SUPPORT OUR MEETING

Your support is vital to the life of West Grove Meeting.

Our Meeting Supports:

  • On going relief efforts in Haiti

  • Friends Assoc for Care & Protection of Children

  • Friends Home

  • West Grove Day Care

  • Local Food Pantries

Please consider a contribution today.

When you click on this "DONATE" button it will take you to PYM's secure donations page.

Select the "Monthly Meeting Contribution" box and fill in your information as prompted.

Your friends at West Grove Meeting Thank You!

DIRECTIONS TO THE MEETING HOUSE

West Grove Friends Meeting

is located in

West Grove Borough

 

Take the West Grove Exit (Rte. 842) off of PA Route 1.

Head up the hill to the stop sign and turn right.

Make the next right turn and you will be at the Meeting House, 153 E. Harmony Road.

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Queries

Friends have assessed the state of this religious society through the use of queries since the time of George Fox. Rooted in the history of Friends, the queries reflect the Quaker way of life, reminding Friends of the ideals we seek to attain.

 

From the Christian tradition, Friends have taken as a standard the life and teaching of Jesus, not only as recorded in the New Testament, but even more importantly as revealed inwardly, as we seek God’s truth and its expression through our lives today.

 

Friends approach queries as a guide to self-examination, using them not as an outward set of rules, but as a framework within which we assess our convictions and examine, clarify, and consider prayerfully the direction of our lives and the life of the community. (From Philadelphia Yearly Meeting)

May's Query

Nurturing Our Community:

Religious Education In The Home and Meeting

"How does our meeting’s religious education program provide experiential learning that enhances the sense of belonging to our worshipping community?"

 

A part of each month's Query will be read on Sunday during Meeting for Worship.