Philadelphia Yearly Meeting is a community of over 100 Quaker meetings and thousands of Friends in a four-state region who live our faith each day.


The PYM Calendar is the home for all Quaker events in the PYM region.

Feb 5 – Apr 30 all-day
Conversations with Land: deep-listening mark-making @ The Barn Gallery at Pendle Hill | Nether Providence Township | Pennsylvania | United States
An exhibition of paintings by Damini Celebre on display in The Barn gallery at Pendle Hill. Reception: Sunday, February 28 from 2-4 pm. ARTIST STATEMENT: Damini Celebre is a visionary artist, healer, writer, a lover of the natural worlds, magical worlds, and the inner realms. She’s passionate about helping people heal their hearts by rediscovering their creative life-force. Damini can ...
Feb 5 @ 7:00 pm – Feb 7 @ 12:00 pm
Event description coming soon
Feb 7 @ 12:00 am
Adult Class: Discussion of the Marcus Rediker lecture @ Abington Monthly Meeting | Jenkintown | Pennsylvania | United States
Upcoming Adult Classes at Abington Meeting January 17th – If Martin Luther King, Jr. Were Alive Today, multigenerational celebration January 24th – How the Meeting Does Business, presented by Tom Dwyer January 31st – Children and Meeting for Worship, presented by Christie Duncan-Tessmer February 7th – Discussion of the Marcus Rediker lecture
Abington Quarterly Meeting at Plymouth Meeting
Feb 7 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Abington Quarter’s regular 1st Quarter-2016 meeting at Plymouth Meeting
Feb 7 @ 11:45 am
On Sunday, February 7, the Pastoral Care Working Group will begin a three-part series on Managing Chronic Pain. In Part 1 on February 7, Sarah Whitman, a member of Chestnut Hill Monthly Meeting and a psychiatrist specializing in pain management, will speak to us about chronic pain, self-care for those living with chronic pain, and how friends and family can help.  A question and ...

Visit a PYM Monthly Meeting!

Our General Secretary has invited all Friends in Philadelphia Yearly Meeting to visit two meetings each year as a way to know one another better and experience the breadth and diversity of our faith community.   We also invite you to share a snapshot report of your experience after each visit, using the form below.  We will post Friends’ stories and pictures on our website as a record of the travel amongst ourselves.

Choose a meeting that is a neighbor or very far away. Consider traveling with a friend. Try a meeting that is in a city or way out in the country. Visit a very large or very small meeting. Try one because you like its name or because it’s in a place you have never been. We have so many meetings to choose from!


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