Friends General Conference

Nurturing faith and Quaker practice

Wyoming Friends Meeting

Wyoming Friends Meeting involves long treks through beautiful country. We are a statewide Meeting that gathers approximately 4 times a year with 5 communities across the state.

Check on the different community pages for Meeting for Worship times and contact phone numbers.

Meeting Times

See Individiual Listings for Specific Times

What's New

Event Date: 
05/18/2018 - 5:00pm to 05/20/2018 - 12:00pm

The next Wyoming Friends Meeting Gathering will be in Sheridan, WY from May 18-20. More information soon.


We meet for unprogrammed Meeting for Worship and 1st Day School on 1st Day (Sunday) 10AM at The Rainbow Center 177 N. 4th (next door to Domimo's Pizza), Lander, WY.


The following organizaitons (listed alphabetically) are supported either by individuals in WFM or together as a group.

Name:          Alternatives to Violence


Please join us most Sundays in the Chapel of Primrose Retirment Community, 1530 Dorothy Lane, Cheyenne.  The Chapel is on the second floor, immediately across from the elevator.  We generally gather around 9:45am for fellowship and settle into Wor


Worship with us!

(307) 349-0198
Cheyenne Community
(Address Below is for Meeting Space Only)
Primrose Chapel
1530 Dorothy Lane
Cheyenne, WY 82009
United States
Jackson Quaker Community of Wyoming Friends Meeting
Teton County Administrative Building
Simpson St. entrance
Jackson, WY 83001
United States
Laramie Quaker Community of Wyoming Friends Meeting
Canterbury House, 110 South Ninth
Laramie, WY 82070
United States
Lander Quaker Community of Wyoming Friends Meeting
Rainbow Center for the Humanities, 177 N. 4th St.
Lander, WY 82520
United States
Sheridan Quaker Community of Wyoming Friends Meeting
Sheridan, WY
United States
Mailing Address
PO Box 1553
Landers, WY 82520
United States
Meeting Times: 

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Wyoming Friends

Wyoming provides geographic challenges for Friends holding what would normally be Monthly Meetings. The Quaker Communities are many hours apart, so we typically have 3 Gatherings with a fourth retreat most years. The wide open spaces present a challenge, but getting to the meeting often means viewing pretty, open lands. Sometimes the harsh winter winter intercedes, and sometimes plans need to be changed to fit our reality.