What's a Friend?

As a part of The Society of Friends (Quakers), we believe Jesus Christ is our only Lord and Savior. We recognize that we all have something to learn about God, as none of us have arrived at spiritual perfection. We try to do that together by discerning how God works in our lives through prayer and scripture. Since the 1600s, Friends have consistently found themselves on the right side of history, including slavery, as some of the first abolitionists, prison reform, and social justice issues. Today our church maintains that history by reaching the people least likely to hear the gospel, the poor, the addicted, and the disenfranchised. If you want to be a part of helping our community to grow and thrive, join us on Sunday.

Pastor Robert sat down with Eric Nganyange, a local podcaster and awesome dude, to discuss the Quaker faith, beliefs, and history. Here is their podcast from 2021:

Our Denomination
A Member of Iowa Yearly Meeting of Friends (IAYM) affiliated with Friends United Meeting (FUM)

A group of orthodox evangelical Friends churches in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.


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