Adelphi Friends Meeting Contact Information
|Mailing address:||2303 Metzerott Road, Adelphi, Maryland 20783|
|Meeting place address:||2303 Metzerott Road, Adelphi, Maryland 20783||Wheelchair Accessibility:||Wheelchair accessible||Hearing Assistance:||Hearing assistance available|
|Website:||Adelphi Friends Meeting|
|First Day:||Worship: 9:00 am and 10:00 am|
|Religious Education:||First Day School: 10:20 am except Junior Meeting, fourth First Day at 10:00 am|
|Business Meeting:||Second First Day, following Meeting for Worship (except May, July, and August when it is third First Day)|Officers and Clerks
|Assistant Clerk:||Martha "Marcy" Seitel|
|Assistant Treasurer:||Victor Thuronyi|
|Recording Clerk:||Amy Greene|
|Assistant Recording Clerk:|
|Ministry and Worship:||Paul Jolly|
|Pastoral Care:||Wendy Oliver|
|Peace and Social Concerns:||Samantha Magrath|
|Religious Education:||Lara Oerter|
|Newsletter Editor:||Richard "Rich" Renner|Travel Directions
Located a few miles north of Washington, DC, the Meeting House is between Riggs and Adelphi Roads, near the University of Maryland. From Maryland Route 650 (New Hampshire Avenue), go east on Metzerott Road; the Meeting House is on the right, one block past the (first) traffic signal at Riggs.
Metro's route R-8 (Calverton) bus stops one block from the Meeting House (at the corner of Riggs and Metzerott). The Montgomery County Ride-On route 20 (Holly Hall) bus stops about 1/2 mile from the Meeting House (near the corner of New Hampshire and Southampton).
Spiritual State of the Meeting Reports
2012 Spiritual State of the Meeting Report
Winter 2013 Interchange Report
Spring 2012 Interchange Report
Winter 2012 Interchange Report
Fall 2011 Interchange Report
Visioning Project Report
In 2010 and 2011, Baltimore Yearly Meeting undertook a project to consider the vision of the Yearly Meeting community. As a part of that project, members of the ad hoc Visiting Ministers Committee led a visioning session at each Meeting. The report of the visioning session at Adelphi Friends Meeting is available here.
At the end of First Day School, Adelphi Friends Meeting has its traditional Easter Egg Hunt for the children. The smallest children search for hidden eggs in the fenced playground area. Older children range in the areas in front of and behind the Meeting House. Young Friends are responsible for doing the egg hiding during Meeting for Worship.