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Davis Friends Meeting

We welcome all to our silent (mostly) Meeting for Worship each Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. and to fellowship after the worship.  Together with all Quakers worldwide, we believe that each individual can commune with the divine without need of clergy or doctrine. We have no professional clergy, and each person present is responsible for the quality of the worship.

Our Meeting was founded in the early 1960s and has its Meetinghouse at 345 L St.  Usually, 30-40 people participate in the Meeting for Worship.  We are very active in the community, and we support peace, ecological, and social justice activities at the local, state, national and international level. 

We welcome families with children, university students, and individuals of all ages. We have a small children’s program on Sunday mornings. We are an “open, welcoming, and affirming” Meeting.  Please join us!

 NOTE: The Davis Friends Meeting is not currently using the “Sign up for online Meeting access" feature (green buttons on upper left and lower right of this home page).

Meeting Times

Every Sunday morning:
Meetinghouse opens ~9:30
Singing, 9:45
Meeting for Worship, 10:00-11:00
Introductions, announcements, 11:00-11:15
Fellowship and snacks, 11:15-11:45
Second Hour speaker or discussion, 11:45-12:45

Monthly Meeting for Business
Second Sunday of each month except July, 11:45~1:30

Bible Study - 8:45-9:40a.m., 2nd and 4th Sundays

Peace Vigils-open to public, conducted continuously since 2001
Davis - Saturdays 11 - noon, corner of Fifth & B St.
Woodland - Fourth Saturday each month, 11 - noon, corner of Court & 2nd St.

For questions about Davis Friends Meeting website, contact Bob Reis, website administrator, [email protected]

What's New

Event Date: 
10/26/2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Based on the true story of professional rodeo rider and horse trainer, Brady Jandreau, this film is an intimate character study of a cowboy whose rising career is ended by a tragic riding accident.  It is a pensive meditation on a man's heartbreak

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Recently added Pendle Hill pamphlets:  PH # 430 Renee Crauder, "The Door In." and  PH #443 Jerry Knutson, "Individual Spiritual Discernment. Receiving, Testing, and Implementing Leadings from a Higher Power."

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QuakerSpeak weekly videos. We encourage you to take a look at the free weekly YouTubes produced by Quakerspeak.com.

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Friends House Moscow funds projects for peace and civil society in the former Soviet Union. It supports projects in a variety of areas including human rights, education, restorative justice, and non-violent communication.

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Regularly scheduled events at Davis Friends Meeting:

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Ben Lomond Quaker Center is a self-service conference and retreat center in northern California that offers simple, modestly priced, comfortable accommodations.

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Worship with us!

530-758-8492
Mail: PO Box 4477, Davis CA 95617-4477
Meetinghouse location:
345 L Street
Davis, CA 95616
United States
Meeting Times: 

Every Sunday morning:
Meetinghouse opens ~9:30
Singing, 9:45
Meeting for Worship, 10:00-11:00
Introductions, announcements, 11:00-11:15
Fellowship and snacks, 11:15-11:45
Second Hour speaker or discussion, 11:45-12:45

Monthly Meeting for Business
Second Sunday of each month except July, 11:45~1:30

Bible Study - 8:45-9:40a.m., 2nd and 4th Sundays

Peace Vigils-open to public, conducted continuously since 2001
Davis - Saturdays 11 - noon, corner of Fifth & B St.
Woodland - Fourth Saturday each month, 11 - noon, corner of Court & 2nd St.

For questions about Davis Friends Meeting website, contact Bob Reis, website administrator, [email protected]