Set up in 1787 as a result of the division of Warrington and Fairfax Quarterly.
Initially, the quarter was made up of Pipe Creek Monthly, Menallen Monthly, Warrington Monthly and York Monthly.
Modern day Warrington Quarterly is made up of the following meetings: Carlisle Monthly, Frederick Monthly, Gettysburg Monthly, Menallen Monthly, Pipe Creek Monthly, Warrington Monthly and York Monthly.
723 North Market St
Set off from Fairfax Monthly in 1772. Worship first began in 1736 under Fairfax Monthly. The meeting was made up of Pipe Creek Preparative and Bush Creek Preparative, and, after 1776, Monocacy.
455 Quaker Hill Road
Set up as a monthly meeting by Chester Quarterly (now Concord Quarterly), after having been an indulged meeting under Sadsbury Preparative. Early meetings were held in the home of William Garretson in Warrington. The meeting was attached to Western Quarterly when that meeting was established in 1758, and in 1776, was part of the Warrington-Fairfax Quarterly meeting until 1789 when that quarter was split into two bodies: Warrington Quarterly and Fairfax Quarterly, at which time this meeting was joined to Warrington Quarterly.
Route 74 at Quaker Meeting Road
Meets for worship on Sunday mornings at 11:00 AM
135 West Philadelphia Road