We are a community of seekers. Quakers have no dogma or creed. A fundamental Quaker belief is that there is "that of God in everyone." For more information about Quakers and Live Oak Friends Meeting in particular, please click here.

The Meeting was founded in 1954, and has been growing ever since. Our meetinghouse is the conception of James Turrell, a well-known artist who is also a Quaker. The architect is Leslie Elkins. Many generous donors from Houston, around the world, and within the Meeting helped us fund the meetinghouse.

The Meeting has about 75 attenders each week (plus or minus). Child care is provided. We have programs for both adult and children's religious education in addition to Meeting for Worship. Live Oak Friends Meeting is affiliated with Bayou Quarterly Meeting.

Live Oak Friends Meeting affirms that of God in everyone, and welcomes all those in loving relationships.

 Sunday, March 29, Adult First Day School will host a discussion on William Penn's "holy experiment" in Quaker governance of the Pennsylvania colony in the late 17th and early 18th c

Posted 3/27/2015

As a follow-up to the wonderful First Day School presentation on March 22nd regarding LFOM members' participation in healthcare services and reforms, Friends may wish to consider current opportunit

Posted 3/26/2015

Dr. Jim Garson will lead a discussion on game theory, which is the study of strategic decision making.

Posted 3/23/2015

Sunday, March 22, Adult First Day School will host three long-time LOFM members discussing how they and LOFM performed service work to address social issues in Houston.

Posted 3/18/2015

 Sunday, March 15, Adult First Day School will host a discussion of George Fox' philosphy led by Rich Corl.  9:20 a.m.--10:20 a.m. in The Meeting House.  All are welcome.

Posted 3/13/2015