Roanoke Friends Meeting

Contact Information
Mailing address: 505 Day Avenue SW, Roanoke, Virginia 24016-3917
Meeting place address: 505 Day Avenue SW, Roanoke, Virgnia 24016-3917
Wheelchair Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Hearing Assistance: No hearing assistance available
Telephone: 540-725-1131
E-mail:  
Website: Roanoke Quaker Meeting
First Day: Worship: 10:30 am
Religious Education: First Day School: 10:30 am
Business Meeting: Third First Day, at rise of Meeting for Worship
Officers and Clerks
Clerk: Anthony "Tony" Martin
Treasurer: Letty Collins
Recording Clerk: Michael "Mike" Heller
Recorder: Edmund "Mac" Broussard
Advancement and Outreach: Kimberly "Kim" Millirones
Ministry and Counsel: Rotates among committee members
Nominating: Patricia "Patsy" Martin and Judith "Judy" Marlow
Peace and Social Justice: Herbert "Herb" Beskar
Religious Education: Edmund "Mac" Broussard
Stewardship and Finance: Letty Collins
Newsletter Editor: Virginia "Jenny" Chapman
Interim Meeting Representative: Jacquelyn "Jackie" O'Neill
Travel Directions

From I-581 N: Go south to Elm Street exit. Turn right on Elm Street. Turn left on 5th Street. Turn right on Walnut Avenue (Highland Park on your right) and to go Alexander-Gish House sign (beyond the dead-end sign). The house is on the right, with parking lot.

From Hollins area: Go southwest on Williamson Road. Turn right on Frankin Road. Turn right on Walnut Avenue and go to Alexander-Gish House sign (beyond the dead-end sign). The house is on the right, with parking lot.
From the South: Go north on Highway 220/I-581 to Elm Street exit. Turn left on Elm Street. Turn left on 5th Street. Turn right on Walnut Avenue (Highland Park on your right) and to go Alexander-Gish House sign (beyond the dead-end sign). The house is on the right, with parking lot.

Spiritual State of the Meeting Reports
Interchange Reports

Visioning Project Report

In 2010 and 2011, Baltimore Yearly Meeting undertook a project to consider the vision of the Yearly Meeting community. As a part of that project, members of the ad hoc Visiting Ministers Committee led a visioning session at each Meeting. The report of the visioning session at Roanoke Quaker Meeting is available here.