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Quaker Resources

The Quaker Centre resources area holds a wide range of materials covering many subjects which can be borrowed for adult study groups, children's meetings, link groups, and all ages together.

What are the Resources? 

There are books, teaching and resource packs, DVDs, videos, CDs, tapes, games, some posters – and a couple of parachutes. There is a wide variety of material from Christian and other traditions that has been selected to nourish the spiritual growth of Quakers.

Visiting the Quaker Centre Resources area

Everyone is welcome to come in and look at the Resources at the following times:

  • Monday 8–6,
  • Tuesday to Thursday 8–8,
  • Friday 8–5,
  • Saturday 9–4

If you are a visitor or enquirer, please feel free to look at and browse these materials in the Quaker Centre.

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You will find the Resources area next to the bookshop in the Quaker Centre. You can ask for help and advice at the Resources desk first, or at the bookshop counter.

If you belong to a Quaker meeting you can borrow the resources to help you with your work with children and young people. You might also want to use them for a study group, or to widen your own knowledge.

Please note that the Resources area may sometimes be closed for special events. If you particularly want to visit the Resources please ring and check in advance to make the most of your visit.

Quaker Centre
Friends House
173 Euston Road
London NWI 2BJ
020 7663 1030 / quakercentre@quaker.org.uk

Postal loans

You can use this as a postal loans service. Phone, email or write to the Quaker Centre and describe what you want, for how many, of what ages and for how long.

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Loans are made for one month initially; you may renew unless another Friend wants the material. There is no charge, apart from the cost of return postage. If they are returned late, we ask for a donation to cover costs.

There is an extensive online catalogue. You can browse the catalogue from your meeting and order materials from home. We can send you a select list of resources for you to choose from, if required.

For more information, write to us at Quaker Centre Resources, Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ, ring 020 7663 1030 or email quakercentre@quaker.org.uk.

Advice

Pile of booksWe welcome you to drop into the Quaker Centre where our friendly team of volunteers are available to help you find what you need. You can also find materials by: