Society of Friends Meeting House

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"The Quaker meeting has now begun." Where you ask? Perhaps at York City’s oldest house of worship, the Friends Meeting House. The east side of this structure was built in 1766 by William Willis, and expanded in 1783. Today, it continues its 235-year tradition as a Friends Meeting House. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this is one of the oldest meeting houses in the United States. Note the use of Flemish bond brickwork.

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