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The primary objectives of this Society are:
· The preservation of the history of the Schwenkfeldian religious exiles and their descendants in America.
· The promotion of social interaction among its members.
The Society of the Descendants of the Schwenkfeldian Exiles is not officially affiliated with the Schwenkfelder denomination, a religious body with four churches in Pennsylvania located in Philadelphia, East Norriton, Worcester, and Palm, although some Society members are also active members of the Schwenkfelder denomination. The Society does, however, work with the denomination and the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center, 105 Seminary Street, Pennsburg, PA 18073, in its efforts to preserve the Schwenkfelder beliefs and history.
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Schwenkfeldian Exile Society | 105 Seminary Street | Pennsburg, PA 18073
Phone: 215-679-3103 | Fax: 215-679-8175 | Email: email@example.com
2016 Exile Society Annual Fall Meeting & Presentation
? Sunday, October 23, 2016 ?
OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS OF INTEREST TO SCHWENKFELDER DESCENDANTS
Gedächtnistag (Annual Day of Remembrance)
? Sunday, September 25, 2016 ?
Congregations of the Schwenkfelder churches gather for the celebration of Gedächtnistag (Annual Day of Remembrance).
The service of worship is followed by the traditional meal of bread and apple butter.
2015 Exile Society Annual Fall Meeting & Presentation
Sunday, October 25, 2015
2:00 pm – Annual Fall Meeting & Election of Officers
Meeting Room, 1st Floor
Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center
105 Seminary Street, Pennsburg, PA
2:30 pm – “Walter Emerson Baum: Sellersville Artist of Schwenkfelder Ancestry”
Presented by Larry Grim, oldest grandchild of Walter Baum, a Perkasie lawyer,
past president of Bucks County Bar Association,
past director of the Baum school of Art and James A. Michener Art Museum
Assisted by Kathleen O’Dea, a Fine Arts Consultant
who completed the course of study at the Barnes Foundation
and did graduate studies in art at NYU, holding a BA from the College of New Jersey
and MA in Teaching from University of Pennsylvania