Words from Quaker Faith & Practice:

“Take time to learn about other people’s experiences of the Light. Remember the importance of the Bible, the writings of Friends and all writings which reveal the ways of God. As you learn from others, can you in turn give freely from what you have gained? While respecting the experiences and opinions of others, do not be afraid to say what you have found and what you value. Appreciate that doubt and questioning can also lead to spiritual growth and to a greater awareness of the Light that is in us all.”

 

Links

Trustees’  Reports and Accounts

National Quaker Website National Portal for Quakers in Britain - Britain Yearly Meeting.

Quaker Week Website Special site for those who wish to find out more about Quakers.

Young Friends General Meeting National organisation for Quakers (18 - 30yrs)  in Britain. YFGM organises a number of events that enable young Friends from around Britain to get together for social and spiritual gatherings.

Woodbrook Quaker Centre Woodbrooke is the Quaker Study Centre in the UK. It is based in the former family home of the local chocolate maker, George Cadbury, himself a Quaker, and has, since 1903, provided education for those of any faith or none from around the world.

Swarthmoor Hall The Quaker historic house and retreat at Ulverston which is the birthplace of Quakerism.

Quaker Schools Website dedicated to the seven Quaker schools in England.

Web space for young Quakers What it says on the tin! Place for Quakers under eighteen.

History of Bristol Quakers A short account of Quakers in Bristol.

Quaker Action on Alcohol and Drugs (QAAD) works in accordance with Quaker principles to address the widespread use and misuse of alcohol, prescribed and illegal drugs and gambling.

 

 

(Last update: January 31, 2016)