Resources

Newtown Friends Meeting has extensive historical and current connections with many other Quaker organizations.

We are part of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, and one of fourteen Meetings in Bucks Quarterly Meeting.  Click here for Bucks Quarter’s latest “Quakerphernalia”.

Go to our Youth Programming page for links to Bucks Quarter and Philadelphia Yearly Meeting Young Friends.

Several Friends organizations are based in the Newtown Area:

Newtown Friends School is a Quaker elementary school (grade K-8) that was founded by and continues under the care of Newtown Friends Meeting.

George School, a Quaker boarding school for grades 9 – 12, is also nearby.

Newtown is home to Friends Home and Village, a retirement residence under the care of Bucks Quarter.

Chandler Hall is a Quaker Health Services organization dedicated to providing a full continuum of care for the older adult.

Pennswood Village is a Quaker-run continuing care retirement community located near Newtown.

Camp Onas is a Quaker summer camp for boys and girls in Ottsville, Bucks County, PA

Several other sites on the World Wide Web are of potential interest to Quakers and to those who would like to learn more about the Religious Society of Friends.

www.quakerinfo.org (Quaker Information Center)

www.fgcquaker.org   (Friends General Conference)

www.friendsjournal.org  (Friends Journal)

www.quakerbooks.org (Friends General Conference Bookstore)

www.quakerfinder.org   (to locate Friends Meetings)

http://www.friendscouncil.org (Friends Council on Education)

http://www.friendseducationfund.org (Friends Education Fund – Tuition Aid to attend Friends Schools

http://www.quakerparenting.org (Quaker Parenting Project)

www.quaker.org   (Many links to other Quaker web sites)

www.afsc.org   (American Friends Service Committee)

www.fcnl.org   (Friends Committee on National Legislation)

www.pendlehill.org  (Pendle Hill, a Quaker Center for Study and Contemplation)

www.quakerspeak.com (QuakerSpeak, a series of short videos covering a wide range of topics on Quakerism) -see video embedded below.

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