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18 December 2020
Are you ready for 2021?
by Paul Parker
Paul Parker explores how Quakers in Britain might meet the challenges and potentials of the coming year.
17 December 2020
Let’s talk about money: supporting Quaker work in difficult times
by Maisa Monteiro
Maisa Monteiro reflects on what Britain Yearly Meeting's fundraising team has learned during this difficult year.
24 September 2020
Quaker Question Time: listening and learning together
by Kirsty Philbrick
Kirsty Philbrick examines how sharing the pearls and grit of Quaker faith can bring people together in community.
17 September 2020
Roots and branches: sharing and supporting our Quaker work
by Maisa Monteiro
Maisa Monteiro explains how she found a new way to illustrate the varied work Britain Yearly Meeting does with and on behalf of Quakers.
3 September 2020
Racial justice learning for Quakers: a reflection
by Karen Dickson
Karen Dickson reflects on a recent series of workshops about committing to action on racial justice.
13 August 2020
How are Quakers meeting? A summer snapshot from around Britain
by Carrie Comfort
As lockdown restrictions ease, Carrie Comfort gives a snapshot of how Quakers around Britain are meeting for worship.
7 July 2020
Sending a message to the future: legacy giving
by Beth Follini
Leaving a gift in one's will to future generations of Quakers is a very personal decision, but one that can have a huge impact. In this personal blog Beth Follini reflects on family, spirituality and sharing a passion with those who come after us.
18 June 2020
A response to Black Lives Matter by a BGM* Quaker
by Sophie Bevan
Sophie Bevan shares her personal response.
12 June 2020
The system isn't broken – it was built this way
by Sophie Bevan & Elliott Burcham
Quakers need to challenge themselves to dismantle their own prejudices and become anti-racist in word and deed, say Quakers Sophie Bevan and Elliott Burcham.
9 June 2020
Examining Quaker privilege and commitment to an equal world
by Juliet Prager
Juliet Prager reflects on how Quakers have been exploring privilege and the work Quakers still need to do to understand and demonstrate that Black Lives Matter.