Maud Grainger, our Faith in Action programmes coordinator shares her thought on the changing nature of Testimony. As soon as I hear ‘Quakers have testimonies’ I feel my heart sink…
In May 2018, Britain Yearly Meeting will again consider the question: is it time to revise our book of discipline? I want to take this question apart a bit and…
Rhiannon Grant talks to us about her time at the American Academy of Religion (AAR) conference in November.
Rhiannon Grant talks to us about her first experience of being an elder at her local Quaker meeting and how the spending time with other role holders helped her to better understand her role.
I recently purchased a T-shirt which says Feminist quite clearly on it; I received more comments wearing this T-shirt than any other slogan based item of clothing I have worn. So why did I wear a Feminist tee?
Stuart Masters reviews Marcelle Martin’s book ‘Our Life is Love: The Quaker Spiritual Journey’.
When talking about Quakers in the world today, it is easy to put Quakers into different boxes: ‘Liberal’, ‘Evangelical’, ‘Pastoral’, ‘Conservative’. We might even think that ours is the only box there is. Sometimes it is important to step outside the box.
Woodbrooke are running two courses in Birmingham focusing on children, family and peace education in October.
We would like to reassure Friends that Quakerism is still at the very core of Woodbrooke. Our mission has not altered from the original intentions for Woodbrooke to ‘foster a vital Friends’ ministry’.