International Links.

These links are to sites that are sharing information regarding events.

We hope you will find the information on them useful.

Radnor Friends Meeting, Villanova, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Their Meeting House was erected in 1718, the year after The Pales.

When William Penn was planning the settlement of Pennsylvania, he promised Welsh Quakers land in the new colony and sold them 40,000 acres. This was known as the “Welsh Tract” and included the present townships of Haverford, Merion, Radnor, and part of Goshen. Among the purchasers was a Richard Davies who bought 5,000 acres and in turn sold them to “Friends of Radnorshire in Wales.” These Friends settled what eventually became known as Radnor Township.

To visit their site please click here.

Centre Quaker de Congenies, Congénies, France

The Maison Quaker belongs to France Yearly Meeting (l’Assemblée de France) of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).  It is in the village of Congénies in the Languedoc region of the south of France.  You will find there a group of Quakers meeting for worship and other activities, and the Centre also has a programme of other events.

To visit their site please click here.

This site has a vast number of Quaker, both National and International – it is packed with useful information.

To visit the site please click here.