Eastland Preparative Meeting
Little Britain Monthly Meeting is structured on the traditional British system, with two Preparative Meetings - Penn Hill and Eastland. Meetings for Worship are held at both Preparative Meetings and Business Meetings alternate locations between the two.
In 1954, Little Britain celebrated its sesquicentenial with a talk prepared by Helen Wood Shortlidge. Entitled A History of The Little Britain Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends 1804 to 1954, it is a detailed description of the evolution of the Monthly Meeting and each of its constituent Preparative Meetings.
|c/o John Yost, Clerk, 126 South Fulton Street, Strasburg, Pennsylvania 17579
|Meeting place address:
10 Friends Road, Little Britain, Pennsylvania
No hearing assistance available
|Worship: 11:00 am
|First Day School: 10:00 am
|See listing for Little Britain Monthly Meeting
Officers and Clerks
From points south: Route I-95 North from Baltimore. Exit onto Route 152 (Fallston) West; to U.S. Route 1 North. Cross the Conowingo Hydroelectric Dam and turn north onto Route 222 at the top of the hill. After crossing Pennsylvania state line, turn right on Little Britain Road (at a Y in the road). Drive about three miles, turn right onto Friends Road. Meeting House is at the top of the hill on the left, near the end of Friends Road.
From points north/west: take 272 south after 283 merges with 30. At Wakefield, just after one passes Penn Hill Meeting and the Fulton Fire Company, turn left or east on 272. Just after you cross the Creek turn south or right on the first road you come to. Continue on this road which eventually is named Friends Road. You will see the stone Meeting House on the left as you get to the end of the road.