A place for insight, analysis and action.
2 August 2023
Your faith, your will
by Beth Follini
Beth Follini looks at how the milestones in her life and her Quaker faith helped her decide what legacy she wanted to leave for future generations.
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.
10 March 2022
Inclusion and diversity: reflecting on our journey so far
by Edwina Peart
Edwina Peart challenges Quakers to unify the equality agenda, in this abridged Friends Quarterly article.
30 September 2021
Sowing the seeds of Quakerism
by Maisa Monteiro
Maísa Monteiro discusses the inspiration behind the theme of this year's contributions pack.
3 April 2020
Engaging with conflict: a toolkit for difficult times
by Lisa Cumming
Conflict – whether in ourselves, in our homes, or in our communities – can be daunting. Lisa Cumming introduces a new handbook full of tips on dealing with conflict creatively and with care.
16 May 2018
Revision of the book of discipline: what happens now?
by Paul Parker
A big decision was made by Quakers at Yearly Meeting 2018, one with far-reaching consequences. Paul Parker outlines what happens next and how you can get involved.
8 May 2018
Our faith, our work: a look back at 2017
by Paul Parker
With the launch of our latest annual review, we take the opportunity to celebrate a vibrant year of Quaker activity.
20 October 2017
Taking action on militarism
by Ellis Brooks
Ellis Brooks outlines recent developments in the rise of militarism in British society and introduces a new resource for anyone looking to resist it.
11 October 2017
Let's explore the Quaker way
by Mel Cook
Mel Cook discusses the making of the follow-up to a much-loved illustrated children's book that looks to introduce aspects of Quaker faith to young children.
29 September 2017
How do we build an economy on Quaker principles?
by Gurpreet Bola
Dozens of Quaker reading groups are now getting to grips with new economic theories. As we launch a new resource, Gurpreet Bola explores the historical roots of today's unequal system.