Friends Meeting of New Orleans

Join us

Please join us for an hour of peace on Sundays 10-11 A.M. 


Friends Meeting of New Orleans is meeting in person, please join us!

Out of an abundance of caution and care for our community, 
masks are required.

We plan to hold hybrid meeting (in person and online) on 2nd and 4th Sundays. We will continue to offer online meetings every Sunday to best of our ability; please be patient with us during this transition.

We are located in the Carrollton United Methodist Church upstairs annex 
at 921 S. Carrollton St.
(Along the St. Charles /Carrollton streetcar/bus line. Corner of Freret and Carrollton.)


Accessibility: 1 flight of stairs, no elevator. Masks and Covid-19 vaccination required.


NEW: You can now donate to the Meeting online!


About the Meeting

Friends Meeting of New Orleans is over 75 years old, one of the oldest monthly Meetings on the Gulf Coast, and one of the founding monthly meetings of what is now South Central Yearly Meeting.

FMNO is an unprogrammed Meeting. We gather for silent waiting worship, and if someone receives a message from God, the Spirit, the Light, the Divine (whatever you call it
!) they are invited to share that message with the Meeting.

(Image: panel from the Quaker tapestry)

Text: The Religious Society of Friends "might be thought of as a prism through which the Divine Light passes ... to become visible in a spectrum of many colors, many more in their richness than words alone can express." (Faith & Practice)

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