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7 September 2023
Taking my seat again: four years being Churches Together in England's 'Empty Chair' President
by Hannah Brock Womack
Having come to the end of her four-year term as Fourth President, Hannah Brock Womack shares her experience of being prevented from taking up the role for being married to woman.
31 August 2023
Solidarity, friendship and faith in climate justice
by Rosh Lal
The final module of the Exploring Faith and Climate Justice course considers solidarity across movements. Rosh Lal explores what solidarity means in practice for faith communities in the UK who are taking action on climate.
21 August 2023
Living the spirit of ubuntu: preparing for World Quaker Day
by Tim Gee
In preparation for World Quaker Day on 1 October, Tim Gee shares some thoughts on the word ubuntu, and why Friends are talking about it.
26 April 2023
Quaker marriage: a history of celebrating a spiritual commitment
by Michael Booth
Married in the eyes of God or the eyes of the law? Michael Booth looks at the Quaker commitment between two people and God, and its occasionally strained relationship with the law of the land.
31 January 2023
Fundamentalism, faith and the power of story
by Alistair Fuller
Alistair Fuller reflects on what His Dark Materials has to say about spirituality and a well-lived life.
1 January 2023
What does Quaker community look like in 2023?
by Paul Parker
As a new year begins, Paul Parker looks at what might lie ahead.
9 November 2022
Walking together as people of faith
by Lynda Williams
13 November marks the start of Inter Faith Week 2022. Lynda Williams reflects on what makes it so meaningful.
6 October 2022
Why are Quakers involved in Churches Together?
by Judith Baker
After a challenging few years for Quaker engagement, Judith Baker explores why Quakers continue to be part of ecumenical bodies.
24 February 2022
Hope – the message of worldwide prayer
by Stephanie Grant
Stephanie Grant shares her experience of writing a prayer service for use worldwide.
1 September 2021
Spiritual support for climate action
by Tracey Martin
Do you sometimes feel spiritually lost, burn out or doubt that you are making a difference? Tracey Martin shares how spiritual accompaniment can support and sustain climate action.