Friends General Conference

Together we nurture the spiritual vitality of Friends
A monthly meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.

News & Announcements

Our student this year is a third year law student, who writes about the challenges she faces doing all her work remotely because of COVID, and on a cell phone at that.  You can read her letters in English (thanks to Gaby Pryor and Rosalia and Mark Herranen) or Spanish here, the pictures are only in the Spanish version. 

Public

Our latest published author, Alex McDonald.  

He has traveled to the region and met with both Israeli and Palestinian peace activists. He has seen and experienced glimpses of daily life in the different parts of Israel and the West Bank. He has seen and heard Israeli perspectives as well as Palestinian ones. He has worked with Jewish and Palestinian solidarity groups. He also participates in a monthly dialog with Zionists and Palestinians.

Public

The fifth and final installment of the Houston Grand Opera and Institute for Spirituality and Health-hosted Religare series will be a program on silence.  A few Live Oak Friends will be on the program to lead this webcast shared - worship. The program is Tuesday 6-7 PM Tuesday, March 30. To attend one must register at https://www.spiritualityandhealth.org/events/religaremusic. The other guest will lead us in Jain meditation, and there will be an excerpt of John Cage's  Aria, 4'33" (of silence).

Public

In spite of the best efforts of meeting members and helpful neighbors, the trash dumping by our paper recycling dumpsters has resulted in having to remove them.  

You can take paper trash to Houston Neighborhood Depository/Recycling Center, 9003 N Main 77022, https://houstontx.gov/solidwaste/n_main.html

Public

Peace and Social Action Committee (PASA) thanks the Meeting for their support in contacting our Representatives as a faith community asking for their support of HR 2407, “Promoting Human Rights for Palestinian Children Living Under Israeli Military Occupation Act.” 

Public

Live Oak Friends Meeting has taken the Spring Quaker Worship Group under its care, this acorn is convened by Richard Corl. Located in North Houston area, Meeting for Worship will be sharing space with Plymouth United UCC, 5927 Louetta Rd, Spring, when they reopen. In the meantime, They  will be meeting in person at Rich's home with a hybrid in-person / online Zoom meeting. 

Sunday mornings from 10:30-12 noon

Worship and sharing on Wednesday evenings 7:30-9pm. 

Public