Little Rock Friends (Quaker) Meeting is part of the Religious Society of Friends. We are affiliated with South Central Yearly Meeting and Friends General Conference.
Our Meeting House is located at 3415 W. Markham Street, at the corner of Markham & Valmar streets, with the entrance to our parking lot on Valmar. Our meetings are open to all who wish to worship.*
Little Rock Friends Meeting publishes The Carillon, a print magazine for (and supported by) Quakers in Arkansas and beyond. For more information about The Carillon, contact email@example.com
*AUGUST 2022 UPDATE
We have reopened the meeting house while continuing to hold a blended meeting with the help of Zoom. Please check our Facebook Page and our email list (write firstname.lastname@example.org to join) for details. Masking at the Meeting House is optional, though encouraged for Young Friends and anyone concerned about their own risk. Discussion topics can be seen on our calendar.
Starting in 2020 we added a "virtual" meeting option for all our members. We have been using Zoom Video Conferencing and joining folks from around the state, the region, and the country.
To join our virtual meetings, email the Meeting at email@example.com (or call and leave a message at 501-664-7223) and we will send you an email containing the next meeting's connection information.
For further discussion please join us on our Facebook page, and on our Google Forum and Email list.
The Way We Worship
Our form of worship is based on expectant waiting in silence with no professional minister. In the silence of this unprogrammed worship, God can draw near to us and we to God. This silence is often experienced as liberating. There is no prepared sermon, but anyone is free to speak, provided she or he does so in response to a prompting of the Spirit. Such a message may draw us together and closer to God. Some people may have a profound sense of awe and wonder, because they know that God is present. Others may become aware of a powerful spirit of love and truth that transcends their ordinary experience. At the end of an hour, the clerk will shake hands with a neighbor; each worshiper will then shake the hand of their neighbor. This ends the meeting for worship.
Children are welcome to attend worship, although we also have a separate children's program. Those who attend the children's program join worship during the last five minutes.
Why such a different form of worship? Read more.
10am – Discussion
(except 2nd Sunday:
Meeting for Business,
starting at 9:30)
11am – Meeting for Worship
potluck after worship)
7:30pm – Meeting for Worship
3415 W. Markham St.
Little Rock, AR 72205