Merion Meeting has been a part of Lower Merion for 325 years. You have driven by this National Historic Landmark on many occasions and may have never known its history and its importance to the community. The Meeting House, horsesheds and other buildings on the grounds are in need of conservation and preservation so that this important anchor will be with us for another three centuries!
Please join us on Sunday, December 6, 2pm, as Emma Lapsansky-Werner, Haverford College professor and Quaker historian, shares the history of Quakers in our region and their influence in our community. This will be an engaging and enlightening opportunity for you to learn more about one of the oldest buildings in the township and its remarkable history. This event is free and open to the public. Register at merionfriends.org.
Please consider a gift to support the restoration and preservation of the historic Merion Friends Meeting House, the horsesheds, and the grounds. Go here for more information. Thank you!
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