Midlothian Friends Meeting

Meeting House
Meeting House
Contact Information
Mailing address: PO Box 1003, Midlothian, Virgnia 23113
Meeting place address: 900 Preservation Road, Midlothian, Virginia 23113
Wheelchair Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Hearing Assistance: No hearing assistance available
Telephone: 804-744-2657
E-mail: quaker_town_crier@msn.com
Website: Midlothian Friends Meeting
First Day: Worship: 11:00 am; Circle of Friends at 10:15am
Religious Education: Sunday School (First Day School): 11:15 am on 2nd and 4th First Days
Business Meeting (Meeting for Discernment): Second First Day: 11:00 am
Officers and Clerks
Clerk: Brian McCutcheon
Assistant Clerk: David Stocker
Treasurer: Ann Duncan
Recording Clerk: Stephen Long
Care and Community: Jane Roberson
Financial Stewardship/Trustees: Ann Duncan
Nominating: Thomas "Tom" DeWeerd
Peace and Social Action: Roselle Clark
Promote Awareness: David Clark
Religious Education: Laura Clark and Katherine "Katie" Brown DeWeerd
Spiritual Nurture: Committee of the whole
Email Notifications: Howard Brod
Travel Directions

From North and West: From Virginia Route 288, take the Huguenot Trail/Robious Road (Route 711) Exit. Turn right at end of ramp onto Huguenot Trail Road. Go about 1 mile west to the turnoff for Huguenot Springs Road. Go south on Huguenot Springs Road. Go about 1.6 miles on Huguenot Springs Road and turn right onto gravel road across from “School Bus Stop” sign. Meeting House is first on left. (Gray Cape Cod)

From South and Southwest: From Virginia Route 288, go west on Route 60/Midlothian Turnpike for 2 miles. Take turnoff for Huguenot Springs Road (Route 607) on right. Go north on Huguenot Springs Road for 2 miles. 1 mile after entering Powhatan County, turn left onto gravel road across from “School Bus Stop” sign. Meeting House is first on left. (Gray Cape Cod)

Midlothian Friends Meeting Spiritual State of the Meeting Reports

Midlothian Friends Meeting Interchange Reports


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 Midlothian Friends Meeting is available here.

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