(newcomers welcome!)

8:30 and 11:00 a.m. on Sundays and 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, currently online only.

Click here to learn more about programs and schedules for youth.


We are a Quaker meeting on Grand Avenue in Saint Paul offering unprogrammed meeting for worship, including youth programs for children and teens.

Twin Cities Friends Meeting (TCFM) practices unprogrammed silent worship, without ministers or prepared ministry of any kind. We wait together silently in faith that divine spirit, or an irresistible sense that we have a message to share with our fellow worshippers, may visit us at any time. Everyone, including families with children, non-theists, and people of all genders and sexualities, is welcome to join us in worship.

Quaker Organizations Respond to the Killing of George Floyd

From American Friends Service Committee, AFSC condemns police killing of George Floyd and police violence against protesters

“The brutal murder of George Floyd is the consequence of a racist system that disproportionately targets people of color for violence, imprisonment, and premature death,” said Shanene Herbert, director of AFSC’s Healing Justice program in Saint Paul. “Firing these police officers is not enough. We need resources directed away from the police forces that occupy our communities. We need investment in our young people, in our schools, in our health care, and in transformative forms of justice that address the root causes of harm.”

From Friends Committee on National Legislation, Buying Groceries Should Not Result in Death

As people of faith, we offer our love and our condolences to the family and friends of George Floyd. But love and condolences are not enough. For too long, people of color have experienced racial profiling, undue use of force, and murder at the hands of police. This unjust system must change and all of us must take responsibility for making that change happen.

Read TCFM’s 2017 minute on policing and racial justice.

Friends Forum Programs

Friends Forum programs are held online at 9:45 a.m. on Sundays. See the weekly announcement sheet or contact the office for the login information.

May 9: Anti-Asian Racism - History and the Current Environment. 2020 saw a 150% increase in violence targeting Asian Americans. This issue is not new, and more must be done to address it. Join us with the Coalition of Asian American Leaders for historic and current contexts and explore personal, institutional and community actions to address and end anti-Asian hate.

May 16th: David Abazs of Duluth-Superior Friends Meeting will talk about his journey from farming vegetables to farming trees with the Forest Assisted Migration Project, and how this work relates to the Quaker testimonies. There will be discussion of trees, wildlife, culture, livelihoods, climate change mitigation and adaptation. To learn more ahead of time:

Meetings for Worship

SUNDAYS at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAYS at 6:30 p.m.

*Children's program is offered on Sundays during 11 a.m. meeting for worship.

New to Quakers? Click here to read about what to expect.

All in-person events are currently suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic. Contact for information about attending worship via Zoom.

Monthly Gatherings

Fellowship Potluck: Currently suspended. Ordinarily held every third Sunday of the month at 12:15 p.m. in the fellowship room.

Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business (MWB): Held on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m., currently via Zoom.

Our Quaker faith practice is founded upon these core testimonies: