The following resources focus on our New Haven Friends Meeting and other research involving all Quakers. We ask you to please use them within the Quaker principles of equality, peace, community, simplicity and truth.
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New Haven Friends Meeting encourages local community organizations to make use of our Meetinghouse. The form for requesting use of the Meetinghouse is linked below.
Members and attenders of New Haven Friends Meeting can be reimbursed for expenses they incur on behalf of our Meeting.
The Peace and Social Concerns Committee decided on January 6, 2019 to ask those requesting a charitable donation from the Meeting to use this form.
Learn more about New Haven Friends Meeting with this handy guide, written by the Ministry and Counsel Committee and updated January 2020.
Please download the file below.
At each Meeting for Business, a Recording Clerk takes Minutes, which are then typed and reviewed at the following month's meeting. These Minutes are the official record of the Meeting's decisions and considerations. They are also an important re
On July 1, 2020 New Haven Friends held a virtual Racial Justice Seeker Session, which was attended by 27 people. Peace & Social Outreach Committee ioffered this opportunity for for considering the recent calls by local activists to ‘defund th
Amelia Kgan, Legislative Director of Domestic Policy at Friends Committee on Legislation, shares words of perserverance and hope.