Click here to view the roster of TCFM committees and their members.

These groups meet at or around TCFM on a monthly basis:

Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business (MWB): Held on the second Saturday of the month at TCFM at 9:30 a.m., with coffee and light refreshments in the fellowship room starting at 8:30 a.m. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to take part, especially newcomers.

First Monday Friends (formerly Old Friends) meets on the first Monday of the month at TCFM for a potluck. For more information contact Bridget Fensholt, (651) 253-2639.

Needleworkers Anonymous meets the first Friday of every month at a Friend’s home. All are welcome, with or without a project! Contact Anne Holzinger for more info:

Young Adults (generally 18-35) meet on a monthly basis, usually on the last Sunday of each month, for a potluck dinner and discussion. Contact: Cece Watkins,

Quaker Women’s Group meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 12:30 for light desserts and discussions. Contact Nancy Beecher at (612) 721-2866 for more information.

Meeting for Healing meets every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Lorna McLeod’s house, 2119 Hartford Avenue, Saint Paul. (651) 699-9994.

We also participate in the work of these local and national organizations:

Quaker Voluntary Service (QVS): We and the other Twin Cities meetings support a QVS house in Minneapolis. QVS Fellows are provided with room and board and do volunteer work in the local community for a year. > learn more.

Friends for a NonViolent World (FNVW): FNVW pursues the Quaker vision of removing the causes of war, through programs that bring Friends together in common cause. > visit FNVW. The organization is currently focused on just policing through their Bridging the Divides Program program.

American Friends Service Committee: The Saint Paul office of AFSC is focused on restorative justice practices and anti-racist education, and leads a Freedom School program for local youth every year.
> visit the national website for AFSC
> visit the Saint Paul AFSC website