We are a small group of
Quakers NOTE: Please don't send mail to this address, though.
who meets for unprogrammed silent worship each
First Day (Sunday) at 10:45 AM in room 1
First Christian Church, 101 S. Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89106.
NOTE: Please don't send mail to this address, though.
Contact us: (702) 262-1656 or email our webservant.
We have served the Clark County area since 1993, and we're trying to grow!
Children are welcome to attend!
We worship in silence
so we can hear the voice of God.
to honor that of God in everyone.
in peace in a time of war
and in all times.
All are welcome!
We warmly welcome all
friends, all Friends, and anyone interested,
even if you've never attended a Quaker meeting before.
The Agenda and Minutes Page
Want to know what was covered on the agenda for previous First Days?
Couldn't make it to meeting and wanted to know what the Sense of the Meeting was?
Please click here for previous agendas and our minutes!
If you would like to add something
to our upcoming agenda,
Read our latest Las Vegas Quakers Newsletter
We now have our own
First Day School
our little Quakes 3 and up!
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More About Quakers
In some ways, it's easier to describe what Quakers don't believe than it is to describe what they do! If you'd like a full description, see our Faith and Practice Page, but the short version is this:
Quakers believe in God, but not in a rigid way. God is Light, God is neither male nor female, and God is within you.
Quakers don't force religion on other people; we would rather be here for seekers to find for themselves.
Quakers don't have creeds. We have values we cherish, but we don't compel agreement - we give advice.
Quakers believe in the human mind and respect intelligence, reason, and rational thought.
Quakers believe in simplicity, which means that you can come to Meeting to listen to God in jeans.
Quakers believe in equality, which means that we don't believe that being male, female, black, white, straight, gay, rich, poor, or otherwise makes you better or worse than any other human. We all have that of God in us.
Quakers tell the truth and practice integrity -- we say yes when we mean yes and no when we mean no. We don't take oaths to tell the truth because that implies there are times when it is acceptable to lie.
Quakers believe in peace and nonviolence not only in their own lives, but in the world as a whole. We feel that war is destructive and wrong and prefer peaceful resolution to a conflict.
Quaker Facts and FAQs
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Are Quakers the same as Shakers or the Amish?
How do Quakers raise their children?
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Question: When does Quaker service begin?
Answer: Right after the meeting.
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Last updated: First Month, 2008