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Early History of Unami Friends Meeting

In 1971 (perhaps earlier) Geoffrey Kaiser became aware that there were a number of residents of the Upper Perkiomen Valley attending meetings at quite a distance. In order to reduce this travel and find Quaker community more locally, Friends began meeting in each other’s homes.  By 1972 a committee was requested of Abington Quarter that they would serve in an advising and directing capacity in the endeavor to start a new meeting.
In 1973 our present building was purchased with a membership of 31 adults and 8 regularly attending children, plus other attendees.