Stuart Masters offers learning opportunities that explore the roots of the Quaker way, its theology, spirituality and relationship with other traditions
When Quakers got it wrong – and where do we go from here?
Surveys indicate that British Quakers today are mainly white and middle-class. How has this happened given our testimony to equality? This course looks at some uncomfortable parts of British Quaker history, with a focus on race and class. Participants are invited to consider how this history still affects Quakers in Britain today. From reflections on the past we will move into an exploration of what Quakers in Britain might become if we could live out more fully our testimonies to equality and truth. The course will consist of six interactive weekly live sessions. There will also be “homework” with questions and readings to consider between sessions.
Live sessions are on Wednesday at 19:15-20:45.
Course category: Exploring Quakerism
This course will involve:
On the booking form, there is a chance for you to let us know about any accessibility or communications adjustments that will enable you to participate more fully in the course. Unfortunately, we cannot offer closed captions on any live sessions for this course.