The Old Quaker Meeting House has been used by Flushing Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends as a house of worship for more than 300 years. The house remains today much as when it was first built, with dark, warm floorboards, simple benches and hand-hewn timber ceiling beams. To step across the threshold is to leave the present behind and to enter a profoundly sacred space seasoned by centuries of devotion. To those who visit, the Meeting House is a peaceful reminder of an eventful and historic past.
- Flushing Meeting History – Religious Society of Friends has helped shape the history of our city, state, and country.
- Archives of Flushing Meeting – An inventory of our historic records (from 1805) archived at Swarthmore College.
- Old Quaker Meeting House – Learn more about this important historic landmark and house of worship.
- Historic Graveyard – Many early Quaker families, including noted abolitionists, educators, and entrepreneurs, are buried here.
- Flushing Remonstrance – the first protest movement for religious freedom and freedom of conscience started here.