Vassalboro Friends Meeting
Welcome to the online home of the Vassalboro Friends Meeting, located at 49 South Stanley Hill Road in East Vassalboro, ME, 04989.
Vassalboro Friends Meeting is an unprogrammed Quaker (Friends) Meeting located in the village of East Vassalboro, ME. The brick Meetinghouse in East Vassalboro was built in 1831, and was actually the second Meeting to be established in Vassalboro — the first having been built in 1734 in the Riverside area of the town.
Services begin each Sunday with hymn singing at 9:45 AM, followed by an hour of unprogrammed worship from 10:00 to 11:00.
Below is a list of notable Quaker literature available online and/or in the Vassalboro Friends Meeting library. This page will be updated fairly frequently. Most descriptions of sites are from the sites themselves.
The following is a list of committees which presently exist at Vassalboro Friends Meeting.
For the information of the meeting community and others in the local area interested in burial here, note that there is an updated Burial Policy (below) for the cemetery on the meetinghouse property as well as our new Memorial Garden with its boul
1624 — George Fox, founder of the Quaker movement, is born in Drayton, Leistershire, England.
Worship with us!
Meeting for Worhip begins at 9:45 with song and worship begins at 10 am every Sunday. Worship lasts an hour and is followed by fellowship and coffee/tea.
All are welcome! We have a child program during worship every Sunday.