2023 is the 250th Anniversary Year for Springfield Friends, which was founded in 1773 (3 years before the Declaration of Independence.) Throughout the year, will will be having many special events, publications and activities. Please celebrate with us!
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Click here to watch our new movie, A Heritage of Saints
Books and pamphlets – Springfield has a wealth of material for history buffs, genealogy and family history, and people interested in our rich Quaker heritage. We’ve just released our brand-new 2-volume set of books Springfield Friends – 250 Years.
Museum of Old Domestic Life – One of the hidden treasures of High Point, filled with everyday items from Quaker families who lived in Guilford and Randolph Counties in the 1800s. Open by appointment – call the meeting office at 336-889-4911, or call the curator, Brenda Haworth, at 336-906-7674