Friends General Conference

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A monthly meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.

News & Announcements

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

Sunday mornings from 10:30-12 noon

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


Hi friends,

We live in a violent world, but change is possible. An opportunity awaits you, to be part of the solution.…


Katharine Jager Rubinson has also published a book, just last month.  From the description:  "Vernacular Aesthetics in the Later Middle Ages explores the formal composition, public performance, and popular reception of vernacular poetry, music, and prose within late medieval French and English cultures.


Ty Cashion, long time attender at Live Oak Friends Meeting, published another book this past fall on Texas history.  Goodreads begins its description thus: "There is the story the Lone Star State likes to tell about itself—and then there is the reality, a Texas past that bears little resemblance to the manly Anglo myth of Texas exceptionalism that maintains a firm grip on the state’s historical imagination.

One result of cohort 1 in 2018-2019 is the

resource guide for opioid addiction

called All of Us Can Be a Part of the Solution, Houston 2019, A substance abuse resource guide for prevention, treatment, recovery, and harm reduction.  A reformatted version is attached below. 

Kevin King will join the Faith and Opioid Roundtable cohort 2, all on a Thursday from noon to 3 PM
   September 19
   October 17 
   November 14 
   January 23 
   February 20 
   March 26 


Kelly Hanes is the author of a new book, Random God Sightings. In twenty-six down-to-earth vignettes, she records actual experiences when God appeared to her through random people. They reveal a God who yearns to show up in our lives—in our homes, in our classrooms, in the park; Real and accessible.