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16 April 2021
Journey to COP26: an inner journey
by Bernie and Lawrence Jordan
Bernie and Lawrence Jordan reflect on their Journey to COP26 into the caves under the Yorkshire Dales.
1 April 2021
Connection, belonging and meaning in lockdown
by Alistair Fuller
Alistair Fuller reflects on community and finding a shared purpose.
5 November 2020
At the interface of interfaith
by Lynda Williams
Lynda Williams reflects on her experience of being at the interface between faiths.
16 March 2020
Thoughts on online meeting for worship
by Tim Gee
Self-isolating and unable to get to a Quaker meeting in person, Tim Gee shares some thoughts on joining his first online meeting for worship.
7 November 2019
‘May love be amongst us’ as we walk the many pathways of faith
by Lynda Williams
Lynda Williams shares practical instances of loving interfaith relations.
8 October 2019
What to expect at a Quaker meeting for worship
by Suki Ferguson
Stillness, peace, and connection. Suki Ferguson explores meeting for worship.
22 August 2019
A day in the life of a Quaker chaplain
by Marleen Schepers
Curious about what it's like to be a Quaker chaplain? From exploring worship with university students to dealing with difficult moments in a hospital, Marleen Schepers spoke to two Quaker chaplains to find out more.
22 July 2019
Quakers: The Religious Society of Hufflepuffs?
by Chloe Scaling
Chloe Scaling takes a light-hearted look at the possible parallels between Quakerism and the world of Harry Potter.
19 November 2018
Peace is possible
by Marigold Bentley
On the centenary of the end of World War I, Marigold Bentley reflects on the promise of 'never again' and the enduring need for peace.
14 November 2018
Are Sundays more sacred?
by Jon Martin
Jon Martin explores the faith basis for meeting for worship and challenges the notion that Quakers should always meet for an hour on Sundays.