• Gala Video

    Check out the full video of the Media Fellowship House’s 70th Anniversary Gala featuring Ukee Washington
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  • Welcome

    This downtown Media Victorian is the home to The Media Fellowship House, an organization formed in 1944, after two African American women and a baby were not served at a restaurant in town. Two white women who witnessed the discrimination took them to a different restaurant where they all were served. Media Fellowship House was born that day and continues to promote fellowship and understanding between diverse cultures and generations.
  • Words of the Heart

    Watch our video about the founding of the Media Fellowship House
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Media Fellowship House Annual Meeting May 13, 2015


Options Dinner Ticket $20.00 USDIndividual Dues $25.00 USDFamily Dues $50.00 USDBusines Dues $75.00 USDPatron $100.00 USDSenior/Student $10.00 USD Please join us in the Media Borough Community Center (301 N Jackson Street, Media) for our 2015 Annual Meeting and Dinner. We are excited to share with you what we accomplished last year and what we have …

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It’s happiness week in Media! : )


Happiness Week 2015! Mayor Bob McMahon has proclaimed Saturday, May 2nd through Saturday, May 9th Happiness Week! What better place to celebrate Happiness than Media PA! Of all the factors that have been shown to bring people happiness, Media scores pretty high on all of them. Transition Town Media is hosting Happiness Week to highlight these factors and …

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We’re going to New York…wanna come with us?


Media Fellowship House is excited to be organizing a trip to see a new show in NYC! We’re going to see Alive: 55+ and Kickin’ Date: April 18, 2015. Bus departure: 1:00 PM. Bus returns home: 10:30 PM. Show Time: 4:00-6:00 PM Ticket Price: $69 We’ll stop for a quick meal on the way home. This meal is …

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Date set for Dorothy James Scholarship Essay Contest

Jerry Nowell and Taylor Shaw

We are partnering with the College Access Center of Delaware County once again for our 2015 Dorothy James Scholarship Award. This award pays tribute to one of our founders and helps foster her legacy of human rights advocacy and social justice. High School students who participated in the College Access Center’s programs are eligible to compete in an essay …

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