Who can join the Network?
The Quaker Life Network is open to all Quakers. Use the contact form at the bottom of this page to ask for more information. You can subscribe here to receive our monthly email.
To fond out more about the Network view our archive of recent emails (offsite link).
Quaker Life in meetings
Being Friends Together
Being Friends Together is a library of online activities, ideas and resources brought to you by Quaker Life and Woodbrooke.
You might contact Quaker Life to request a Being Friends Together meeting visit. Visits are intended to be a way to support meetings through the planning and discernment process. Visitors will work alongside a small planning team to enable participation by the whole meeting.
Find out more and ask about a visit by using our online Being Friends Together meeting visit request form.
Make a request to the Quaker Life Network
Meetings can request support from the Quaker Life Network. We can put you in touch with Friends that can help with many things such as speaker events, workshops and support when you meeting having hard times.
Clusters are groups of network members that are brought together by a common interest. Clusters grow because there is a wealth of knowledge and willingness to serve in an area that Quaker Life Central Committee has discerned to be important enough to 'own' and incorporate into Quaker Life's work.
There is not a set way that each cluster will function. This is intentional so as not to artificially constrain their activities. Each cluster has some input from a member of staff. Most of what they do is initiated by the Friends who form them or in response to a need that Quaker Life Central Committee has identified.
If you have ideas for new clusters to support the work and ministry of Friends in Britain, then please use the contact form at the bottom of this page and ask for the list of questions for the formation of new clusters. All clusters have to be approved by Quaker Life Central Committee.
Header image © Jean Lyon 2014