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Exploring Vocal Ministry Woodbrooke

Exploring Vocal Ministry

Mark Russ discusses Vocal Ministry as Spiritual Food One of the difficulties in communicating the Quaker way, is that many of the words we use have a specific Quaker meaning…

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Reshaping our understanding of Quaker community

Jon Martin discusses why we should talk more about being Quaker and how important it is to be open to change in our Quaker communities. This is a talk originally…

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Meet the Eva Koch Scholars Woodbrooke

Meet the Eva Koch Scholars

 The 2021 Eva Koch Scholars share their topic and why it’s important to Quakers today. Alfred Wasike What are you exploring in your Eva Koch scholarship? I am exploring ways…

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What Does Deification Mean? Woodbrooke

What Does Deification Mean?

Stuart Masters explores the concept of deification from a Quaker perspective. The experience of deification, the idea that the divine nature can be revealed in human lives, was really important…

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Why we renamed our Eldership and Oversight course Woodbrooke

Why we renamed our Eldership and Oversight course

Helen Chambers shares why she and her fellow tutors changed the name of one of our courses. For many years now Woodbrooke has been running a course for Elders and…

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Book Review - ‘Hope’s Work: Facing the Future in an age of crises’ by David Gee. Woodbrooke

Book Review – ‘Hope’s Work: Facing the Future in an age of crises’ by David Gee.

Mark Russ reviews David Gee’s book ‘Hope’s Work: Facing the Future in an age of crises’ and how it makes him reflect on hope and being a Quaker.  I became…

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How to explore a new book of the Bible Woodbrooke

How to explore a new book of the Bible

A Quaker approach to reading the Bible. Rhiannon Grant shares how she explores a new book of the Bible. Recently I was prompted – by a request to write something…

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Learning from the Learning Survey – why Woodbrooke is asking you questions

The 2021 Learning Survey is here, Rhiannon Grant explains why it’s so important. If nothing was stopping you from taking as many Woodbrooke courses as you liked, what would you…

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Who cares about care? Woodbrooke

Who cares about care?

Tracey Martin on the care crisis, how it’s affected her, and how Quakers might respond. ‘The origins of the crisis of care predate the financial crisis of 2008 and the…

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Barclay's Apology - who, what, and why? Woodbrooke

Barclay’s Apology – who, what, and why?

Rhiannon Grant unpacks Barclay’s Apology and explains why we are still talking about it 345 years after it was published. If you hang around with Quakers for a while, you…

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