My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you.
Greater love has no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.
You are my friends if you do what I command you.
John 15: 12-14

What Do Friends Believe?

Friends hold many beliefs in common with other Protestant denominations. As Protestants we emphasize the redeeming Grace of God through Jesus Christ our lord.  We believe in the Life Everlasting.  We believe in the inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, and we especially emphasize the continued guidance and inspiration of the holy Spirit which gave us the Scriptures. Our statements of faith are based upon the teachings of Jesus and we understand them, and upon the realities of our own spiritual experiences.

For a full and comprehensive statement of Quaker faith, the reader is referred to the Book of Discipline, Faith and Practice.

WE BELIEVE that true religion involves the immediate, inward, personal encounter with God-that is, rather than ritual and ceremony, is what we must experience to obtain salvation.

WE BELIEVE the each individual has worth, dignity, freedom and responsibility before God. (John 1:9)

WE BELIEVE that worship is a personal, positive act of seeking, rather than a performance- that communion is an inner spiritual experience rather than an outward observance.

WE BELIEVE that moral purity, integrity, honesty, simplicity and humility are essential to the Christian life.

WE BELIEVE in Christian love and good will as a way of life which makes hatred and violence impossible.

WE BELIEVE that Christ-like love and concern for suffering and unfortunate people must find expression in humanitarian service and social justice.

WE BELIEVE in the continuing revelation of the Holy Spirit of God, who grants us new openings, insights and revelations of spiritual truth, according to the scriptures.

Our Ministry Leaders

Sr. Youth Leader
Choir Leader
Jr. Youth Leaders
Monthly Meeting Clerk
Ministry and Council Clerk


Peggy Core, Becky Lassiter, Leasa Hodges




I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me