Here you will find resources to connect with Evangelical Friends Church-Mid America Yearly Meeting, which is the network of more than 60 local Evangelical Friends Churches located in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Nebraska, Colorado and Minnesota. The Ministry Center is located in Wichita, Kansas, and is a hub of resourcing for our churches in doing ministry better together…within our region and around the world!



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The Primacy of Prayer

In his introduction to The Journal of George Fox, Quaker statesmen William Penn makes this fascinating observation regarding the enduring legacy of the man now known as the founder of Friends: “Above all, he excelled in prayer.” This emphasis on the primacy of prayer in the life of our spiritual forefathers should come as no […]

Jr. High Quiz | Rose Hill, KS | 4-7-18

The Rose Hill Quiz took place on April 7, 2018 with a total of 10 teams competing.  Northridge Blue came out on top with 1st place, Haviland Blue took 2nd Bethel Blue came in  3rd 4th place went to Bethel Red.     The other teams placed as follows: 5th–Northridge Red and Friends Community 6th–Friendwood […]

Quaker Qualities Appeal to Younger Generations

The world is an increasingly complex place. We are constantly bombarded with conflicting messages about who we are and how we should live in the world. We seem to struggle to know how to live well in this rapidly moving, ever-changing culture. At Friends University, we experience these same cultural messages. As we consider the […]

Job Opening | NWYM General Superintendent

The Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends is seeking a new General Superintendent.  We are looking for a mature, experienced leader to help shepherd our yearly meeting following a time of transition.  The new superintendent will be working with different yearly meeting boards and committees, as well as local churches and meetings throughout the Pacific Northwest, […]

Leadership Institute, April 2 | Final Class on “The Personal Life of the Leader”

David Williams is devout in his intention to counsel and guide us in maintaining the healthiest possible lifestyle as church pastors and leaders, as he teaches our Leadership Institute class on April 2, 2018. Church leadership burnout has reached epidemic proportions, and much of the problem lies in neglect of the leader’s personal and family […]