Using Our Quaker History to Define Changemaking (Foundations and Future of Quaker Changemaking 1)
1 February 2022 - 1 February 2022
18:30 - 20:00
In this session we will delve into our history as Friends to think about what change-making is, when and why we’re called to engage in it, and how we can find resources in our history and tradition to persevere.
Together, let’s explore what love can do when it’s rooted in the Quaker community.
This project will explore change-making and Quaker faith through a series of intergenerational conversations. It will be an opportunity for Friends to get to know Quakers of different ages living in other parts of the world.
In each of this series of sessions, we will hear from those who’ve spent much of their lives devoted to Quaker witness and from those who are envisioning what the future of work for peace, justice, and climate action might look like.
Friends will share the resources they find in their Quaker faith for sustaining a life of social action.
There will a live session on a different topic every fortnight (bookable separately) and booking for one session will give you access to the course on Moodle (Woodbrooke’s online learning site) where recordings of every session will be made available. You can choose to attend any single session, several or all of the sessions.
All times are given as UK time. Make sure to check your own timezone at www.savvytime.com/converter/.
This course will involve:
On the booking form, there is a chance for you to let us know about any accessibility or communication adjustments that will enable you to participate more fully in the course. Automated Zoom closed captions are available for all live sessions but if you feel you require more accurate closed captioning please email us directly in addition to booking.