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Nottingham Monthly Meeting

Nottingham Monthly Meeting owns and maintains three Meeting Houses in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Meeting for Worship is held regularly at all of these, as listed below.
Contact Information
Mailing address: 260 South3rd Street, Oxford, Pennsylvania 19363
Meeting place address:

Oxford Friends House: 260 South Third Street, Oxford, Pennsylvania 19363

The Brick Meeting House: Brick Meeting House Road, Rising Sun, Maryland 21911

Little Elk Meeting House: Media Road, Oxford, Pennsylvania 19363

Wheelchair Accessibility:

Oxford: Wheelchair accessible

The Brick: Not wheelchair accessible

Little Elk:

Hearing Assistance: No hearing assistance is available at any of the Meeting Houses
Telephone: 484-758-0750

Nottingham Monthly Meeting page

The Brick Meeting House page

First Day:

3rd First Day @ 9:30 AMĀ 

Contact the Meeting for times and dates at The Brick and Little Elk

Religious Education: First Day School: 9:50 am at Oxford Meeting House
Business Meeting: Second First Day: 9:30 am at Oxford Meeting House
Officers and Clerks
Clerk: Douglas "Doug" Eaby
Treasurer: Gail Pietrzyk
Recording Clerk: Janet P Eaby
Recorder: Anna Stanton
Co-Treasurer: Charles Hilaman
Ministry and Counsel: Vacant
Nominating: Committee of the whole
Religious Education: Committee of the whole
Stewardship and Finance: Vacant
Newsletter Editor: Vacant
Yearly Meeting Representative: Douglas "Doug" Eaby
Travel Directions

Oxford Meeting House: Take PA Route 472 exit from US Route 1. Turn onto Route 472, also known as Lancaster Avenue (from north a left turn and from south a right turn). Continue about one mile, bear right at a church to a stop light. Turn right at that light onto Third Street and continue through the next light. The Meeting House is on the right about midway in the block.

The Brick Meeting House:

Little Elk Meeting House:

Nottingham Monthly Meeting Spiritual State of the Meeting Reports

Nottingham Monthly 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 Nottingham Monthly Meeting is available here.

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