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Seekers Gathering, which is an opportunity for attenders to share questions and experiences regarding Quaker faith and practice. We will include a discussion of criticisms of non-violent resistance to evil as outlined by well-known Russian author Leo Tolstoy in his book "The Kingdom of God is Within You." chapter 2.

Posted on 1/19/2018 by Leada Dietz

Alex will lead the discussion in Adult First Day about two more recipients of our monetary support: Ramallah Friends School and Texas Impact.

Posted on 1/12/2018 by Leada Dietz

Two fellow Quakers will share the lessons and gifts they attained while walking the Camino De Santiago in 2017. They will share how the Quaker values showed up during their journeys and how their lives have been impacted post-pilgrimage"

Posted on 1/3/2018 by Leada Dietz

Seekers Gathering will discuss the text of the Gospel of Thomas, which is an early Christian non-canonical sayings-gospel that many scholars believe provides insight into the oral gospel traditions. The text was discovered in Egypt in 1945. More information at

Posted on 12/26/2017 by Leada Dietz

Come join a discussion led by a representative from the Worship and Ministry committee concerning the Spiritual State of the Meeting. Participants are encouraged to share a summary of their committees' actions and accomplishments this year, as well as other events of note for our Meeting.

Posted on 12/13/2017 by Leada Dietz

At First Day School 12/10, 9:20 am, Brent Sullivan, clerk of Peace and Social Action Committee, will lead a discussion about Friends Committee on National Legislation and Houston Peace and Justice Center--what these groups do and why we support them financially. This is part of an ongoing series looking at the peace and social justice organizations the meeting supports financially. More information at http://fcnl.org and http://hpjc.org

Posted on 12/6/2017 by Leada Dietz

Our Friend and long time member of Live Oak Friends Meeting, Jann Barr, passed away on September 28th in Michigan. Please help notify those outside the LOFM community.
Jann loved bright colors, such as fuchsia, bright pink, and purple; so, if you have those colors in your wardrobe please wear them in her honor. She also loved butterflies, and often wore costume jewelry featuring butterflies. If you have anything featuring butterflies that could be used to temporarily to decorate the meeting house, please bring those too.

Posted on 12/5/2017 by Leada Dietz

As a final wrap-up for the Saturday retreat, "Let the Light Shine," Bob and MaryBeth will facilitate the Adult First Day School at 9:20 AM on Sunday morning, Dec. 3. This will be a time of summary and further reflection on the Light.

Posted on 12/2/2017 by Leada Dietz