Friends General Conference

Together we nurture the spiritual vitality of Friends
Unprogrammed Quakers in Wichita, Kansas

Heartland Friends Meeting

We believe:

  • All people have access to “that of God” within them;
  • Although our roots are in Christianity, truth can be found in other sources.

We practice the Quaker testimonies:

  • Truth, meaning integrity of word and deed and the seeking of Truth;
  • Simplicity, meaning keeping our attention on what is important to us and minimizing distractions;
  • Equality of all people before God;
  • Peace. We seek to live in a spirit of peace and work to remove the causes of war.

We worship by listening for the Spirit.

Meeting Times

Meeting for Healing First Sunday 9:30

Meeting for Business Second Sunday 9:30

Education Hour  Third & Fourth Sundays 9:30

Meeting for Worship

Unprogrammed Worship Sundays 11:00

Hymn SingingSundays 10:45 

Clerk: Angela Young, (316) 682-8735

Email: [email protected]

What's New

Heartland Friends Meeting 

State of Society Fifth Month, 2021

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“I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.”   -- Audre Lorde

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Statement of Inclusion, approved 4:50 p.m., May 31, 2019

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Heartland Friends Meeting

State of Society, Fifth Month, 2019

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Heartland Friends Meeting

State of Society, Fifth Month,  2018

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This page was posted to the Friends Committee on National Legislation website on June 30, 2017 by Julia Newman. URL at bottom of this post. 

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Worship with us!

(316) 530-1297
Heartland Friends Meetinghouse
14505 Sandwedge Cir
Wichita, KS 67235
United States
Meeting Times: 

Meeting for Healing First Sunday 9:30

Meeting for Business Second Sunday 9:30

Education Hour  Third & Fourth Sundays 9:30

Meeting for Worship

Unprogrammed Worship Sundays 11:00

Hymn SingingSundays 10:45 

Clerk: Angela Young, (316) 682-8735

Email: [email protected]

Query of the Month

A long-term relationship brings tensions as well as fulfilment. If your relationship with your partner is under strain, seek help in understanding the other’s point of view and in exploring your own feelings, which may be powerful and destructive. Consider the wishes and feelings of any children involved, and remember their enduring need for love and security. Seek God’s guidance. If you undergo the distress of separation or divorce, try to maintain some compassionate communication so that arrangements can be made with the minimum of bitterness.

Britain Yearly Meeting Faith and Practice

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