For those unable to attend worship in-person, the Milwaukee Friends Meeting offers the opportunity to worship with us remotely. If you are interested in attending the online Sunday Meeting for Worship, please contact:
The Milwaukee Meeting’s “State of Society” for 2020
Members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) believe that there is that of God in every person. Through the centuries we have experienced God (the Light, Spirit, Love) leading us to act corporately and individually for peace and justice and against oppression, racism, injustice and violence. We continue to seek divine guidance.
We of Milwaukee Friends Meeting grieve for the loss of precious lives, and we stand with the Black Lives Matter movement. To people of color everywhere, we acknowledge your pain, frustration and exhaustion. We acknowledge your spirit, courage, and leadership.
We commit ourselves anew to this work by examining white privilege in our own lives and joining with others to end systemic racism in our community and across the nation.
Hand-crafted gifts from Wisconsin and around the world!
Vendors offer a diverse variety of gift and practical items, including pottery, bowls, and baskets Vintage collectables Urban wildlife cards and calendars Artisan-crafted jewelry Ceramic dishware and tiles Rugs and scarves Original and unique cards and pins Pottery and functional stoneware Toys and handmade gifts Clothing for adults and children Origami tree ornaments Handmade designer soaps Purses and tote bags Fair trade products and much, much more!
Now serving Friday AND Saturday
The proceeds of the International Gift Shop support two non-profit Quaker organizations:American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Founded during World War I, AFSC supports self-help projects at home and abroad, and seeks non-violent alternatives to resolve conflicts at all levels of human interaction around the world.Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL)
FCNL is a nationwide network of people from many different races, religions, and cultures. It advocates social and economic justice, peace, and good government. FCNL was founded in 1943.
From Humboldt Blvd. go east on Auer Ave. all the way to the end, park in the Gaenslen school parking lot on the right. Handicapped parking is available at the meetinghouse. MAPOur meetinghouse is fully accessible to those with disabilities.