New Haven Friends Meeting

Religious Society of Friends/Quakers

You are Welcome Here

 We believe that every person is loved by Divine Spirit. Our Quaker community includes people of all ages, religious backgrounds, race, education, sexual orientation, gender identities, and classes.

You are welcome to join us as you are. Dress as you feel comfortable.  We come together in worship:

  • To listen to God;
  • To know and be known by God;
  • To grow in our faith;
  • To be changed;
  • To support each other; and 
  • To help one another do what God asks us to do.

    Our time together looks like

    • Quietly sitting together;
    • Listening to those who are moved by the Spirit to speak;
    • Children sit upstairs for the first 15 minutes.  They then may gather downstairs for a separate childrens' program until 11:30;
    • Shaking hands when worship is ended, led by a member of Ministry and Counsel;
    • Greeting those around us, followed by sharing food during fellowship downstairs.

    *Adapted from materials from Friends General Conference.

    If you have questions about our Meeting, contact the Clerk of Meeting - [email protected]

    What's New

    The New Haven Friends stitching group is currently working on 4 Welcome Blankets to submit to the Welcome Blanket exhibit at the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago.  IF you would like to join this effort, just show up on a Monday evening at 7 pm at the Meetinghouse.  All are welcome! 
    From the welcomeblanket.org website:
    “Give me your tired, your poor,
    Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
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    The New Haven Friends stitching group is currently working on 4 Welcome Blankets to submit to the Welcome Blanket exhibit at the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago.  IF you would like to join this effort, just show up on a Monday evening at 7 pm at the Meetinghouse.  All are welcome! 
    From the welcomeblanket.org website:
    “Give me your tired, your poor,
    Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
    Public
    The New Haven Friends stitching group is currently working on 4 Welcome Blankets to submit to the Welcome Blanket exhibit at the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago.  IF you would like to join this effort, just show up on a Monday evening at 7 pm at the Meetinghouse.  All are welcome! 
    From the welcomeblanket.org website:
    “Give me your tired, your poor,
    Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
    Public

    On Sunday, August 13, 2017 peace and activist organizations held events in New Haven.  The first gathering was to remember the deaths in Charlottesville, VA of Heather Heyer and two State Troopers responding to the melee in the city.  New Haven Friends brought a call for nonviolent action with FCNL's sign "#Love Thy Neighbor, No Exception".

    Public

    On Sunday, August 13, 2017 peace and activist organizations held events in New Haven.  The first gathering was to remember the deaths in Charlottesville, VA of Heather Heyer and two State Troopers responding to the melee in the city.  New Haven Friends brought a call for nonviolent action with FCNL's sign "#Love Thy Neighbor, No Exception".

    Public

    On Sunday, August 13, 2017 peace and activist organizations held events in New Haven.  The first gathering was to remember the deaths in Charlottesville, VA of Heather Heyer and two State Troopers responding to the melee in the city.  New Haven Friends brought a call for nonviolent action with FCNL's sign "#Love Thy Neighbor, No Exception".

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    Worship with us!

    (203) 468-7364
    225 East Grand Avenue
    New Haven, CT 06513
    United States
    Meeting Times: 

    Meeting for Worship Sun 10:30 - 11:30am (and Sept to May First Day School for children). Childcare for babies is provided year round.

    Fellowship Hour Sun 11:30 to 12:30 with light refreshments and conversation

    Handicap Accessible

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