Flagstaff Friends Meeting
- 402 S. Beaver Street, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
- Located one block South of Butler Ave on the Southeast corner of Beaver Ave and Dupont Street, just north of the Northern Arizona University campus.
- Map and Directions
Meeting for Worship: 10 AM each Sunday at 402 S. Beaver Street, Flagstaff, AZ.
- Meeting for Worship: Sundays 10:00 - 11:00 AM, followed by hospitality
- Potluck Lunch: Second Sunday at 11:30 AM, following the rise of meeting
- Meeting for Business: Third Sunday at 11:30 AM, following the rise of meeting
- Light Meditation/Instruction: First Sunday 8:30-9:45 AM
- Meeting for Worship for Healing: Fifth Sunday 10:00 - 11:00 AM
An Introduction to Quaker Worship
We meet in a silence of expectant listening, letting go of the inner disturbances of daily life and waiting for the guidance of the Inner Light. A Meeting may be completely silent or, as more often happens, someone will feel moved to speak, to share with the Meeting something which may be of help or guidance to others.
An important part of Quaker belief is that there is that of God in every person, and that by quietly and devoutly listening to the leadings of this Inner Light and following them we will follow the path God has set for us. It is on this belief that our Meeting for Worship is based.
History of Flagstaff Quaker Meetinghouse
The Meetinghouse that Flagstaff Quaker Meeting now owns was designed and built by Conrad Pessarra who was born in Germany. Conrad was known as a good farmer and a skilled carpenter. He homesteaded 160 acres at the base of Anderson Mesa. He married Florence Norman - a graduate of the normal school (now NAU) - and moved to Flagstaff where he built a nicely made home at 402 South Beaver Street. Florence taught at South Beaver School until her retirement.