Directions to Patapsco Friends Meeting
We meet at
2331 Calvin Circle · Ellicott City, MD 21042
on the property of Mt. Hebron Presbyterian Church
Hebron House is accessible to wheelchairs;
we do not currently have a hearing assistance system.
Built in 1808, Hebron House is best known as the mid-nineteenth century home of Judge Thomas Beale Dorsey, who successfully petitioned the Constitutional Convention to set off Howard county from Anne Arundel County in 1851.
Hebron House was designed by N.G. Starkwether, a prominent architect of the day. Starkwether also designed Wilton, which burned in 1938 and El Monte, which still stands on Furrow Avenue today.
When Patapsco Friends are not using it, Hebron House is available for rentals from the church. See http://hebronhouse.mthebronpc.org/. The availability calendar is at http://hebronhouse.mthebronpc.org/calendar.php.