Friends General Conference

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West Newton Friends Meeting

West Newton Friends Meeting (church) is a Christian fellowship of Quakers, seeking to live in close relationship to God. Because of God's love and grace for each of us and led by Jesus' example, we are committed to:

    -support one another in personal trials and celebrations,

    -provide opportunities for growth in the Spirit

    -encourage and prepare each person to use his/her gifts of ministry

    -reach beyond our fellowhip and gather others into relationship with God

You Are Welcome Here!

What's New

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12/18/2016 - 9:30am to 12:00pm

The Christmas Program at West Newton is always something special. A multi-general experience, sometimes it's a retelling of the Christmas story. Other times it's an adaptation of a book or a musical.

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12/02/2016 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm

It's one of the most fun evenings in the "most wonderful time of the year." Bring the family and help decorate the meetinghouse for the holiday season. We have lots of fun -- and then enjoy pizza and beverages afterward.  

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11/20/2016 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

"Come, ye thankful people, Come"

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10/23/2016 - 10:45am to 12/04/2016 - 11:45am
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10/23/2016 - 10:30am to 12:00pm

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09/13/2015 - 9:30am to 11:45am

This Sunday we return to our regular schedule --
9:30 am Worship
10:30 am Food and Fellowship
10:45 am Spiritual Studies

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Worship with us!

317-856-5967
6800 S. Mooresville Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46221
United States
Meeting Times: 

9:30 am -- Worship

10:30 -- Coffee and Fellowship

10:45 -- Religious Education for All Ages

Quaker Quote

“Like it or not, we — as citizens of a country, as individuals of a particular gender, as people of faith, as members of different age groups and ethnicities — we have embarked on a new journey. It’s a journey many of us didn’t choose, one that stirs concern and foreboding in many people of good will who value peace and fairness and equality for all, no matter how they voted… This to me seems to be a fine hour for George Fox’s question, ‘What canst thou say?’"

Katherine Murray, of West Newton Friends

The quotations used in this space are from Quakers. The quotes will be changed often to give a feeling for the thinking of some of those who passed this way before us and Friends today.

We are members of:

Western Yearly Meeting http://www.westernym.net/

Friends United Meeting  http://fum.org/