Haddonfield Monthly Meeting is a Quaker community that worships in the unprogrammed tradition of the Religious Society of Friends.
The following pages contain basic information about our meeting’s history, beliefs, and practices.
- To learn more about the origins of the meeting as well as its development over the years, visit the History page.
- For information about spirituality among Quakers in general and Haddonfield Friends Meeting in particular, view the Beliefs page.
- For information about Sunday school (known as “First Day School” among Quakers) programs offered at the Meeting, visit the Religious Education page.
Haddonfield Friends School is a coeducational School under the care of this Meeting, but separately incorporated. Since 1876, Haddonfield Friends School has educated children according to the Quaker principles of honesty, respect for the individual, peace and simplicity. Approaching its 225th anniversary, Haddonfield Friends School continues to fill a community need as it works “to teach strong academic skills and the understanding that there is ‘something of God’ in every person.”