Flushing Remonstrance

Yes, there are Quakers in Queens!

Flushing Meeting was featured in a profile of the Flushing, Queens community: Flushing was founded by the Dutch, but it’s the English who gave it the name we use today. As part of Queens Week, “What’s in a Name,” NY1’s Ruschell Boone takes us [...]

Flushing Meeting Participates in Open House

On May 16 and 17, the 17th century BOWNE HOUSE, the oldest house in Queens, and FLUSHING MEETING will take part in the New York Landmarks Conservancy’s “Sacred Sites Open House Weekend” and the “Flushing Historic Sacred Sites Weekend.” VOLUNTEER: Saturday [...]

Flushing Remonstrance Revisited

We received a shout-out from Victoria Sheridan, Edward I. Koch Fellow at the Historic House Trust of New York City: The LatimerNow team would like to congratulate fellow Flushing landmarks the John Bowne House and the Old Quaker Meetinghouse on their future [...]