I came to Radnor Meeting looking for a new spiritual home. The first time I set foot in the Meetinghouse, it felt like there was a nurturing spiritual presence there. It turned out to be just what I was looking for. I didn’t know much about Quakers at the time. The more I learned, the more I knew I had found my spiritual home. Some of what I learned included: a belief that there is ‘that of God’ in every human that leads to a life promoting peace, love and understanding with all people; a belief that our earth is a shared resource for all life and we are ‘stewards’ of the resources it provides; a style of worship where we gather to wait in silence for the ‘still small voice of God’ to actively speak to us; and an acknowledgement that we are all in different places on our spiritual journey and we need to support each other in that journey.