Woodbrooke correspondents play an important role in helping to get information about learning opportunities to Friends in meetings. In many meetings this is formalised by having a correspondent who acts as a voice for Woodbrooke in meetings, encouraging them to take advantage of all we have to offer and importantly as a voice for meetings with Woodbrooke providing feedback and ideas.
What does a Woodbrooke correspondent do?
Correspondents receive information from Woodbrooke via email and post – such as newsletter and brochures – and pass this onto Friends. By giving a few hours a year of your time in the following way, you can help Woodbrooke enrich your meeting by:
- Informing Friends at your meeting about courses which might be of interest to them or relevant to their given roles e.g. Discernment, Spiritual Practice
- Make those who need it aware of financial support that Woodbrooke and local meetings can offer.
- Share ideas with Woodbrooke about how we can better serve your meeting with relevant and useful courses.
- Support Woodbrooke when we have fundraising appeals by distributing information.
We are reviewing the role of Woodbrooke Correspondent in 2021 to better support those serving in the role and help improve it as a two-way link between Woodbrooke and Quaker communities.
How do I apply?
Simply complete the contact form below to become a Woodbrooke correspondent.