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Memphis Friends Meeting - Visitors Are Welcome

Memphis Friends Meeting (Quaker)

The best way to find out if silent, or unprogrammed, worship speaks to your condition is to experience it. Everyone is welcome! It is our intent to affirm and acknowledge the wholeness of all people, including their gender identities, gender expressions, and sexual orientations.

Meeting Times

11 am Sundays (currently online during the Delta Variant surge, with plans to return to hybrid worship in the future)

Noon Monday through Saturday (currently online)

10:30 am Saturdays (in the meetinghouse backyard)

Parking is available on Prescott.

All bathrooms are single-occupancy gender neutral.

Our email address [email protected] is checked daily.

What's New

Event Date: 
09/29/2021 - 5:30pm to 6:30pm

For more information about this FCNL online event, see https://www.fcnl.org/events/quaker-peace-advocacy-two-decades-war

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Event Date: 
09/25/2021 - 10:00am to 4:00pm

The meetinghouse will be cleaned late morning and early afternoon on Saturday. Anyone planning to drop by the meetinghouse for meeting business should plan around this schedule as needed for COVID safety.

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The Racial Justice Ad-hoc Committee met online in September to listen to and discuss Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge's Salter address to the 2021 Britain Yearly Meeting.

The following links were included in the recording to allow Friends to follow up with further research as they are led:

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Event Date: 
09/19/2021 - 12:30pm

David C. writes:

Ron and I are interested in gathering some Quakers for lunch on the outside deck at El Toro Loco on Sunday (oops, First Day) after Meeting at 12:30. Anyone else interested??

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The passage the clerk shared at the September business meeting is from Stephen Grellet, a French-American who received a call to missionary work in 1798 when he survived the yellow fever in Philadelphia. He had gone to Philadelphia to give support to the dying there who had been abandoned by their families. Over his life, he traveled the world (including Tennessee), meeting with the Pope and a Tzar as well as enslaved people, workers, pirates, and prisoners:

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By Susan

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Worship with us!

Memphis Friends Meeting
3387 Walnut Grove Rd.
Memphis, TN 38111
United States
Meeting Times: 

11 am Sundays (currently online during the Delta Variant surge, with plans to return to hybrid worship in the future)

Noon Monday through Saturday (currently online)

10:30 am Saturdays (in the meetinghouse backyard)

Parking is available on Prescott.

All bathrooms are single-occupancy gender neutral.

Our email address [email protected] is checked daily.