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"For the First Step to Peace is to Stand Still in the Light."


George Fox,  Founder of The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

In Birmingham Township,

Chester County, Pennsylvania

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Working For Racial, Social
& Economic Justice

Quaker meeting room with sign. "There is no way to peace. Peace is the way."

We seek to be an open and inclusive faith community by welcoming all persons regardless of age, race, color, national origin, ethnicity, social or economic background, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, immigration status, or faith background. We welcome single people, couples, and families.

Upcoming Events

For more events and info, see our Calendar page.

AED/CPR Training Class.

Birmingham Friends will host an AED/CPR training course given by the West Chester Good Will Ambulance Service. Those who take this course will be much better able to effectively use an AED device to save the life of someone if they collapse from a heart failure. The course will take place after Meeting for Worship at the meeting house and will last for about three hours. It will cost $75 per person and will be paid for by individuals bringing their checks to the class. Please contact the office if you would like to attend this event by Thursday, May 26.

Be A Life-Saver!

May 29 | 11:30 am

Birmingham Friends Meeting

Youth, Graduate
& Teacher Acknowledgment 

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Join Birmingham Friends at rise of meeting as we acknowledge and celebrate our youth, graduates and teachers. This will be a time of fellowship, with refreshments to follow. Festivities should wrap up in plenty of time for everyone to go home and join us for Meeting for Business via Zoom.

June 5 | 11:15 am
Birmingham Friends Meeting

Youth & Adults to see Bayard Rustin Inside Ashland

We Learn & Grow

“We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers.” - Bayard Rustin

Birmingham Friends youth and adults will be going as a group to see the play Bayard Rustin Inside Ashland at the People's Light Theater. This play brings to light the life and struggles of this openly gay civil rights activists, who practiced non-violent resistance. For more info go to People's Light Theater.

June 12 | 2 pm
People's Light Theater

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