Randolph Friends Meeting House

 

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The 1758 Randolph Friends Meeting House is a fine example of early 18th century square meeting houses, adapted to meet the needs of a rural meeting. Nationally, it retains one of the finest meeting house interiors in the US dating to the mid 18th century.

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June 2021. Date and time  to be announced

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The HISTORY of the pioneering Quakers who settled northwest New Jersey in the early 18th century, purchased the land for a burying ground and built the Meeting House.
The PRESERVATION program that stablized the 260+ year-old Meeting House and  is preparing the site as a heritage tourism destination for generations to come.

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Visit our ARCHIVE for original documents and research materials.
Explore the CEMETERY for the location of markers and genealogical information.
Learn about the 1898 non-profit, non-sectarian preservation  ASSOCIATION that owns and maintains the site.

Visiting and supporting the site...


Visitor Information

The 1758 Randolph Friends Meeting House is on the National and New Jersey Registers of Historic Places and a Randolph Township Municipal Landmark.

Address

Location: 190 Quaker Church Road, Randolph NJ 07869

Phone:  leave message at  973-361-9427

Email: information@randolphmeetinghouse.org

Donations

Click here to support the preservation effort of the 1898 non-profit, non-sectarian preservation Association that owns and maintains this site.

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