Mountain View Friends Meeting

Mountain View Friends Meeting is a Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (often known as "Quakers"). We welcome people from all faiths and those of no particular faith. We are all seeking the Divine together. Our meeting practices “unprogrammed” worship. This means that we gather to wait for God’s ministry to come to us out of the silence without appointed clergy as a guide. We have no creed or dogma, but we do have testimonies which guide our actions. Those testimonies include simplicity, peace, integrity, community, and equality. Friends believe that putting our faith into action in the world is important.

What to Expect at a Meeting
When you come into the meetinghouse before worship you may find some Friends already sitting in silence. There is generally a “centering” that occurs at the beginning of Meetings when Friends seek to clear their minds of distractions and come to a receptive state. We listen and wait for a direct experience of the Divine. Some may be moved to share their experience by standing and speaking. About 15 minutes before the end of worship, the children enter the room to join us in worship. The meeting ends when friends shake hands and greet each other. Following worship, Friends share joys and sorrows, welcome new people, share announcements and enjoy a time of fellowship.

Learn more at the About pages

Meeting Times

PLEASE NOTE that to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, 
we have suspended in-person Meetings until further notice.

Join us for online Meetings for Worship:

In response to the COVID-19, the novel coronavirus pandemic,
meetings for worship have been canceled until further notice
at all of our locations and times.  This is in order to protect our
worshipers and to cooperate with efforts to slow the spread of
the disease.  Please be on the lookout for announcements about
when we will return to in-person worship. 

If you would like to participate in worship over the internet with video,
or by telephone, please be sure to sign up for the newsletter
to get the latest login information. 

Virtual Meeting for Worship for Mountain View Friends Meeting

(NOTE NEW INFORMATION as of April 10)

Meeting for Worship: 9 am Mountain Time (login starting at 8:30 am)

Fellowship: 10:15 am – 10:35 am (stay after early meeting for worship,
or join at 10:15 am and stay for the later meeting for worship)

Meeting for Worship: 10:45 am Mountain Time (login as early as 10:15 am to join in fellowship first,
or preferably by 10:30 for just the Meeting for Worship)

To participate, please click on the link or dial into the phone number provided in the newsletter
If you don't get the newsletter, ask someone to forward the information to you, or you
can send an email to: [email protected] to get the link.

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Before you join this online meeting room
for the first time by computer or smartphone, you will need to
download a small piece of software (Zoom) to allow your device
to connect with the meeting room.  This should begin automatically,
or a link may appear for you to click on to begin the download.

Once you download the software, it will ask you to type your name
that you want to use in the meeting room. (Or it will remember
the name you used last time.) Type your name and click “join.”

If you need additional information about how to participate in the call,
click here.

For more advice on participating in a virtual meeting for worship, go here.

What's New

Now registering for the Colorado Quaker Women's Retreat April 24th-26th at the Highlands Retreat Center in Allenspark. The theme this year is Practicing Discernment.

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A spiritual and educational process for the preparation and participation in a Presidential year election. Fall Session: A study and application of nonviolent religious activism as a witness to political power.   

Dates: Every other Saturday, from 1:30-3pm, from Nov 16 -  Dec. 28 

Moderator: Bill Durland 
Location: Meetinghouse  

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Colorado Regional Meeting Spring Gathering

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Mountain View Friends Meeting, Denver, CO

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The administration recently released a devastating proposal that will adversely impact immigrants seeking residency in the United States. By expanding what it means to be a “public charge,” millions of immigrants could be penalized for accessing essential housing, health care, and anti-hunger programs.

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Worship with us!

303-777-3799
Denver Meeting House
2280 S Columbine St
Denver, CO 80210
United States
West Side Worship Group
Edgewater Municipal Building
1800 Harlan, 2nd floor
Lakewood, CO 80214-1584
United States
Meeting Times: 

PLEASE NOTE that to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, 
we have suspended in-person Meetings until further notice.

Join us for online Meetings for Worship:

In response to the COVID-19, the novel coronavirus pandemic,
meetings for worship have been canceled until further notice
at all of our locations and times.  This is in order to protect our
worshipers and to cooperate with efforts to slow the spread of
the disease.  Please be on the lookout for announcements about
when we will return to in-person worship. 

If you would like to participate in worship over the internet with video,
or by telephone, please be sure to sign up for the newsletter
to get the latest login information. 

Virtual Meeting for Worship for Mountain View Friends Meeting

(NOTE NEW INFORMATION as of April 10)

Meeting for Worship: 9 am Mountain Time (login starting at 8:30 am)

Fellowship: 10:15 am – 10:35 am (stay after early meeting for worship,
or join at 10:15 am and stay for the later meeting for worship)

Meeting for Worship: 10:45 am Mountain Time (login as early as 10:15 am to join in fellowship first,
or preferably by 10:30 for just the Meeting for Worship)

To participate, please click on the link or dial into the phone number provided in the newsletter
If you don't get the newsletter, ask someone to forward the information to you, or you
can send an email to: [email protected] to get the link.

----------------------

Before you join this online meeting room
for the first time by computer or smartphone, you will need to
download a small piece of software (Zoom) to allow your device
to connect with the meeting room.  This should begin automatically,
or a link may appear for you to click on to begin the download.

Once you download the software, it will ask you to type your name
that you want to use in the meeting room. (Or it will remember
the name you used last time.) Type your name and click “join.”

If you need additional information about how to participate in the call,
click here.

For more advice on participating in a virtual meeting for worship, go here.

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