The Norman, Oklahoma Friends Meeting (Religious Society of Friends or Quakers) gathers weekly to build a spiritual community that listens with an open heart in expectant silence to leadings from the Light within (which some refer to as God or the Divine) and, out of the guidance received, work on behalf of peace and justice. We respect the integrity of each individual’s beliefs and do not require conformity to an established creed or prescribed statement of belief. We recognize that there is something of God’s spirit in all of us. If this approach meets your needs, we encourage you to visit and get to know us better. Visitors are very welcome.
Our Meeting is an open and affirming place of worship: as members of the Religious Society of Friends we oppose all forms of prejudice and discrimination. This is based on the Quaker tradition of Equality that is respect for all persons regardless of ethnicity, sexual orientation, or economic status.
We are affiliated with Friends General Conference and South Central Yearly Meeting.
Silent unprogrammed worship 10 – 11 am (followed by refreshments and fellowship)
Children’s First Day School – first and third Sundays, September – May @ 10 – 11 am
Monthly Potluck Lunch – first Sunday of each month @ 11:00 am
Meeting for Worship with attention to business – third Sunday of each month @ 11 am
Where: Episcopal Student Center, St. Anselm of Canterbury
800 Elm Ave. (one block north of Lindsey), Norman OK, 73069
Parking Available in the OU lot across the street
For more information, contact Scott Carmack at