Quaker Life Central Committee supports and strengthens Quaker life throughout the yearly meeting, a position which covers faith and practice: both spiritual nurture and the practical tasks required for the running of our Quaker meetings.
Quaker Life Central Committee is responsible for discerning, prioritising and coordinating the work of Quaker Life. This work is carried out by staff and supported by time limited working groups and by Friends drawn from the Quaker Life Network.
It is focused on strengthening and sustaining the fabric of Quaker life in our yearly meeting including:
- Faith and practice
- Diversity and inclusion
- Children and young people
- Meeting house staff
- Pastoral care
- Library of the Religious Society of Friends
Quaker Life Representative Council
This two-way channel of communication provides for education, inspiration and consultation, bringing local Friends closer to national work and vice versa
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The council meets in April and October each year where a combination of workshops and group sessions provides members with the space to engage with issues relating to Quaker Life work.
Visit the Quaker roles pages to find out about the
role of the Quaker Life representative.
Find out more about the Quaker Life Representative Council event by
visiting our events pages (you can search for past events here).
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