Friends Meeting of Washington Contact Information
|Mailing address:||2111 Florida Avenue NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20008-1912|
|Meeting place address:||2111 Florida Avenue NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20008-1912|
|Accessibility:||Wheelchair accessible - Meeting Room and Parlor level Hearing assistance system available in Meeting Room|
|Telephone:||202-483-3310 - Meeting office|
|First Day:||Worship: 9:00 am (Meeting House parlor); 10:30 am (Quaker House Living Room with a special welcome to gay men and lesbians); 10:30 am (Meeting House Meeting Room); 6:00 pm (Meeting House Decatur Place Room) Friends of Color Worship Group: 9:45 am (first First Day in Terrace Room) Daily Worship: 7:30 am (William Penn House) Weekly Worship: Wednesdays, 7:00 pm (Meeting House parlor) First Day School: 10:30 am|
|Business Meeting:||Second First Day, 11:45 am (except July - third First Day) (August - no Business Meeting)|Officers and Clerks
|Clerk:||Deborah "Debby" Churchman and Rebecca Nelson|
|Treasurer:||Robert "Bob" Meehan|
|Assistant Treasurer:||David Miller|
|Recording Clerk:||Debroarh "Debby" Churchman|
|Finance & Stewardship:||Daniel "Dan" Dozier|
|Marriage & Family Relations:||Gray Handley|
|Membership:||Robert "Rob" Farr|
|Ministry and Worship:||Gregory "Greg" Robb|
|Peace and Social Concerns:||Elaine Wilson|
|Religious Education:||Shannon Hughes|
|Trustees:||Daniel "Dan" Dozier|
|Yearly Meeting Representative:||Vacant|Travel Directions
The Meeting House is in Northwest Washington near Dupont Circle. It is on Florida Avenue between R and S Streets and between 21st and 22nd Streets. The office entrance is on the Decatur Place side of the building. For detailed instructions, call the Meeting office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. weekdays or see the FMW web site.
Public Transportation-Metro: Go to the Dupont Circle station on the Red line. Exit at Q Street. Walk north (uphill) on nearby Connecticut Avenue to the second traffic light at Florida Avenue. Turn left on Florida and go one half block to the Meeting House on the right.
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 Friends Meeting of Washington is available here.