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23 November 2023
Travelling in the ministry: sharing joy and community
by Matt Rosen
Travelling to visit and worship with Friends in other Quaker meetings can be one form of ministry. Matt Rosen shares his experience so far.
22 May 2023
Getting things in proportion
by Kit Fotheringham
Kit Fotheringham, Britain Yearly Meeting Trustee, shares different models of giving to explore what a "right proportion of money" might be to support Quaker work.
15 March 2023
Children at Yearly Meeting: reflections from a parent
by Jessica Metheringham
Jessica Metheringham talks about how excited her children are for Yearly Meeting, when Quakers in Britain come together to worship, make decisions and spend time as a community.
14 March 2023
From policy to practice: safeguarding the most vulnerable
by Nick Folkard
Following a report into child sexual abuse in religious settings, Quakers in Britain adopted new safeguarding guidance for Quaker meetings. Nick Folkard explains how York Area Meeting changed its approach.
1 March 2023
A youthful Yearly Meeting
by Jude Acton
Jude Acton tells us what's on offer for children and young people at Yearly Meeting 2023.
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.
22 December 2022
Nurturing the spiritual life of our communities
by Bridget Holtom
Bridget Holtom reflects on the value of coming together to pause and take stock of what is at the core of our Quaker lives – worship and spiritual nurture.
23 November 2022
All change please!
by Michael Booth
Since 2019 Quakers in Britain have been revising their book of discipline, currently called Quaker faith & practice. Michael Booth tells us more about the project and shares an update from the revision committee.
26 September 2022
How our family was welcomed into meeting
by Ruth Wilde
For Quaker Week, Ruth Wilde shares how her Quaker community has supported her family at different times.
1 February 2022
Welcoming gender diversity: what does love require of us?
by Fred Langridge
Following the Quaker decision to affirm trans and non-binary people, Fred Langridge reflects on how Quakers can live this out.