Fallsington Friends Meeting offers a simple and peaceful spiritual oasis in the village of Historic Fallsington in Lower Bucks County, PA.
Fallsington Friends Meeting was formed in 1683, the first religious organization in Bucks County. William Penn's family came here from his home at Pennsbury Manor to worship.
All are welcome. Join us this Sunday or for any Special Events...
November 24: Yoga. Gentle, mindful yoga suitable for all ages and levels of experience. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat or thick towel to sit on.
Location: 9300 New Falls Rd., Fallsington, PA 19054
Time of Worship: Sunday at 11:00 AM.
Child care provided.
SUNDAY PROGRAMS AT 10:00 a.m.
December 1: Meeting for Business. (9:30 a.m.)
December 8: Meeting for Worship for Healing.
December 15: Bible Study.
December 22: Christmas Program (9:00 a.m.) See Special Events for program description.
Children are a joyful part of Fallsington Meeting. In a tradition of celebrating families, we offer child care and First-Day School (Sunday School) from 11:15 to 12:00 (Children briefly join Meeting for Worship from 11:00 - 11:15). Quaker values of simplicity, peace, equality, and thoughtful care of the earth are shared through simple activities, stories, crafts, and song.
Fallsington Friends Families
Sharing stillness, joy & wonder through peace and service
Who are the Quakers?
Quakers believe that there is that of God in every person and therefore God continues to reveal truth in some way to everyone. They believe that God calls everyone to be compassionate and caring toward others and to do their best to bring their faith into action. Many people come to Quakerism looking for a way of life that would support their calling to do good works. Quakers call their place of worship "Meetinghouse" and worship events "Meetings." All are welcome. Quakerism is a religion rooted in Christian tradition, but, each person has the opportunity to come to know God in their own way, so Quaker Meetings enjoy a wide variety of messages reflecting many different inspirational sources.
Quakers do not have a paid clergy. They practice an unprogrammed form of worship. Friends gather in silent prayer and meditation. Anyone in that gathering who feels they are led by the spirit to share a message, can speak that message. Speakers are encouraged to speak just once and to allow time between speakers. Seekers from any faith tradition, as well as those seeking a faith community for the first time, are welcome to come and worship any time.