Quakers

Sacred Sites Open House (May 19)

Medieval to Modern: Celebrating New York’s Religious Art and Architecture This year’s Sacred Sites Open House takes place on the weekend of May 19 with the theme, Medieval to Modern: Celebrating New York’s Religious Art and Architecture, highlighting the [...]

History Revisited at Flushing Meeting

NYC Channel 5 broadcast a news report on the fantastic history of Flushing Meeting: The year is 1694, five years after the British passed the Toleration Act allowing some, but not all, religions that dissented from the Church of England to practice out in [...]

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 [...]