We now have an online catalog of our library’s collection:  (includes search feature).  Or which goes directly into the catalog, bypassing our library profile page. This is an ongoing Library project.

Special thanks to Jacquelyn, but also to Ruth and Veronica!

New Library Books

If you have a chance please visit the Library and take a look:

  • Elizabeth Estaugh 16-80-1762 by Jeffery M. Dorward and Elizabeth Lyons
  • The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander (we now own 3 copies)
  • The Last Runaway by Tracy Chevalier
  • The Promise Effect by Bruce Main
  • Lucretia Mott’s Heresy by Carol Faulkner

Quaker Aging Resources:

To assist Friends, Meetings and caregivers in navigating the journey of aging, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and New York Yearly Meeting initiated a collaborative project, Quaker Aging Resources. Staff members from both Yearly Meetings are researching, gathering, reviewing, and creating resource materials to help Friends support one another through life’s changes. The website, reflects Friend’s testimonies. The website, programs and materials will address age-related and other challenges that may require renewed perspective, and also offer opportunities for spiritual growth. These resources are intended to support people growing into later adulthood; in particular people who have physical, emotional or other challenges; caregivers, families and Friends Meetings, in a way that is both practical and inspirational, and presented through a lens of Quakerism. The website has launched and will continue to evolve. For more information, contact George Schaefer, Care and Aging Coordinator, 215-241-7068 georges {at} pym(.)org or Tricia Coscia, Aging Resource Coordinator, 215-241-7017 triciac {at} pym(.)org

Estate Pre-planning:

Memorial Service and Graveyard: Pre-Planning documents, presented at First Day School, and as part of an October 2012  “Aging Gracefully’ workshop.

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