Local Quakers

Quakers believe that out of silence comes a healing, creative energy empowering us to walk cheerfully over the world, answering that of God in everyone.

A Quaker Path - A Spiritual Journey from Visitor to Attender to Member

A brochure for meeting outreach. A Quaker Path is available from either the FGC Quakerbooks.com or the Western Quarterly Meeting Office. 75 cents each, 50 cents each for multiples of 10 (plus shipping costs), 32 cents each for multiples of 100 (plus shipping costs).

The ABCs of Quakerism

A publication of the Outreach Services Group, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, available from FGC Quakerbooks.com. 50 cents each, 35 cents each for multiples of 10, 15 cents each for multiples of 100.


A collection of A collection of pen & ink sketches on note cards (envelopes included) of the 17 meetinghouses under the care of Western Quarter.

hese meeting houses are located in southern Chester County, PA and northern New Castle County, DE, and are attractively rendered by eight different local artists. $10 plus shipping and handling

Peace is a Group EffortBumper Sticker

The bumper sticker is based on the prize-winning poster designed by Judy Cunningham. The message has also been seen in bumpersticker form throughout the United States, Europe, South Africa, India, Australia, New Zealand, and elsewhere. Bumper stickers are available for $2.00 each, $1.50 each for orders of 10 or more.

Peace is a Group EffortPostcards

This appliqued panel was created bythe Young Friends (Quakers) of Mill Creek Meeting DE. It was one of 25,000 brought together in August 1985 to form a 15 mile ong Peace Ribbon which encircled the Pentagon, the Mall and the Capital Building. This panel was based on the prize-winning poster designed by Judy Cunningham. Earlier the artist shared her message by hand delivering posters to each of the 535 members of Congress. Postcards are available for 50 cents each.

Quaker  RootsQuaker Roots: The Story of Western Quarterly Meeting of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends,

Norma Jacob, editor. (Kennett Square, Pennsylvania: Western Quarterly Meeting, 1980). Contributors include: Lloyd Balderston, Frances and John Beer, Dorothy Brosius, Eleanor Cooper, Carolyn Eastburn, Ethel Graves, Thomas M. Jones, Mary A. Maule, M. Elizabeth McCord, Dorothea C. Morse, Constance Nichols, Bertha C. Pratt, Stanford B. Smith, Mary Sproat, Mary Thomas, J. Smedley Thomas, Ruth S. Thompson, Frank and Helen Walton, and Margaret A. Warner.

Quaker Roots is available in hard cover for $10.00 and in soft cover for $5.00 plus shipping and handling.