Join Us and Get Involved!


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Give Us
A pure heart that we may hear Thee,
A humble heart that we may hear Thee,
A heart of love that we may serve Thee,
A heart of faith that we may live Thee. 

-Dag Hammerskjold
 
There are many ways (see below) to get involved in the life of the Meeting.
 

Affordable Housing

Two of our members wrote a narrative that appeared in the November 2019 issue of Friends Journal. The story reminds us of the many good things that local Friends have done to address affordable housing needs.
Click here to read the article.

If you are interested in this initiative, please Contact Us.
 

Soup Kitchen

The Soup Kitchen meets the third Thursday of the month to provide nutritious lunches at St. John's Episcopal Church in Norristown. 

Read more here.
 

Forteniter's

Norristown Meeting provides a dinner for the Forteniter's Club in September each year. The Forteniter's Club was established in 1974 and serves mental health consumers who at one time or another have been hospitalized. 

Click here to learn more about Forteniter's. 

Committees

Here is a partial list of committees where you have an opportunity to serve.

  • Social Concerns
  • Care & Counsel Committee
  • Finance Committee
  • Property Committee
  • Norristown Ministries/Soup Kitchen

Zoom Book Club

If you like to read books and join in lively discussions, Byberry Friends Meeting (Phila, PA) hosts a monthly book club that you are invited to join. The group discusses novels and historical fiction that include a Quaker component, for example abolition or women's suffrage.

Click here for details and the next book selection.


If you would like to get involved in any of these areas or have another question about getting more involved in the life of the Meeting, please let us know.