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28 April 2022
How will a blended Yearly Meeting work?
by Adwoa Burnley and Fred Langridge
The annual assembly of the Quaker church in Britain will be held both online and in person this year. Adwoa Burnley and Fred Langridge explain how it will work.
21 April 2022
All together now!
by Jessica Metheringham
Jessica Metheringham introduces 'All-together worship', a monumental meeting for worship that will take place during Yearly Meeting.
5 April 2022
Communities of belonging: supporting young refugees in Bristol
by Kirsty Philbrick
Kirsty Philbrick shares how Welcome Youth Sessions have been supporting young refugees in Bristol.
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.
9 March 2022
Faithfully maintaining our testimony against war
by Oliver Robertson
On 6 March the national, representative Quaker body, Meeting for Sufferings, gathered in worship. Oliver Robertson shared this prepared ministry on the complex web of issues as major armed conflict has arisen again in Europe.
8 March 2022
From the white board to the silver screen – filming peace education in the classroom
by Isabel Cartwright
Isabel Cartwright introduces a new series of short films on building peace in schools.
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.
21 February 2022
Ending the fossil fuel era: 5 things the UK government can do in 2022
by Olivia Hanks
It's time to end the fossil fuel era. Olivia Hanks suggests five actions the UK government can take to meet the UK's climate targets.
17 February 2022
Military stand-off over Ukraine: 5 things you can do
by Daniel Jakopovich
Daniel Jakopovich outlines five things you can do to advocate peaceful approaches to the conflict.
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.