Query for December

How do you observe religious holidays in light of your own Quaker practice? 


Week of Nov 7th

  • Blended Meeting for Worship

    Blended Meeting for Worship

    November 6, 2022

    Please join us in the Meeting Room for safe, distanced Meeting for Worship.
    If you are unable to attend in person, then you are welcome to join us by Zoom.

    In person:

    • No more than two individuals or one family group per bench.
    • Masks required for all.
    • Vaccination highly recommended.


    To join by Zoom: Click HERE

    Zoom ID #976 0522 6497
    passcode: 194077
    Phone+1 346 248 7799, then enter ID#

    Monthly Potluck

    Monthly Potluck

    November 6, 2022

    Food and conversation with Friends after Meeting for Worship.  If you can, bring something to share.  If not, come anyway.  (There's always enough.)

  • SCYM Online Midweek Meeting For Worship

    SCYM Online Midweek Meeting For Worship

    November 9, 2022

    Join South Central Yearly Meeting Friends for weekly online mid-week worship. All Friends are welcome to join.

    Join worship by clicking here

    To join by phone, dial 1-346-248-7799 and enter the Meeting ID followed by the pound sign (#).

    Meeting ID 835 8653 6172
    Password 263 479

    Need help with Zoom? David Schoen, Little Rock Friends Meeting, will clerk this meeting and will be available at 7:15 on Zoom to answer questions about using Zoom. Worship will begin at 7:30pm and go until about 8:30. Sharing until 9pm.

  • Friday Morning Worship on Zoom

    Friday Morning Worship on Zoom

    November 11, 2022

    To join by Zoom: Click HERE Opens in new tab

    ID #976 0522 6497
    passcode: 194077

    Phone: +1 346 248 7799, then enter ID#

  • Meeting Retreat: On the Power of Truth that Strengthens and Heals

    Meeting Retreat: On the Power of Truth that Strengthens and Heals

    November 12, 2022

    Friends will gather for a retreat focused on the question: "If Meeting for Worship is meant to be a restorative time, or even redemptive, what is this power or Truth that strengthens and heals?"

    Friends will gather to explore this question in worship, worship-sharing and fellowship. Children will be cared for so that their parents may join the process without concern. 9am-3pm; you may come for all or part of the event.

    The themes of the Retreat grew out of the discussions led by Gary Whiting, the “Shared Intent” of worship. The morning will consider the “what” of Quaker silent worship, and the afternoon will continue with “why” we do it together. As we listen to each other, and as we are heard, we strive to know better the truth that shows itself in our lives, and to find a way to share that with others, in the Retreat and in Meeting.