Do you enjoy meeting people from all 50 states and from countries around the world? Do you find joy and satisfaction talking about Quakerism to others? Do you enjoy answering questions from curious and energetic school children?
Join the Arch Street Meeting House Interpreters!
Arch Street Interpreters provide Friendly outreach and hospitality in the historic meeting house, interpretation of Quakerism, faith and practice, history, ideals, and faith in action, past and present. In frequent gatherings and enrichment programs, interpreters have the opportunity to interact with fellow volunteers who have in common a passion for sharing Quakerism with others. If you enjoy the sort of work described above, please consider volunteering a few hours a month. To learn more, visit the Arch Street Volunteer Page, or contact the PYM Volunteer Coordinator, or 215 241-7238