Quakers in Britain
The Library of the Society of Friends, based at Friends House, is a unique resource and is one of the largest Quaker collections in the world.
Are you interested in finding out more about how to engage with politics? Would you like to speak out about a current political issue?
The Quaker Centre Bookshop and Café are currently closed, but you can still buy books through the Quaker Bookshop website (see below).
We sell a wide range of books on Quakerism, Christianity and other religions.
Accessibility is the practice of making services usable by as many people as possible. We plan to provide as much information as we can in accessible formats.
This section includes resources to download or order; about Quakers and their work, for Quakers and their meetings and for teachers
This page is an introduction to the Quaker book of discipline and details of how to contribute to its revision.
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What better way to reflect the work of our Yearly Meeting than through the lenses of Friends? From photographs of Quakers going about their business, to scenes of nature that move us, we want to share an authentic Quaker view of the world.
Each month an informational mailing is sent out from Friends House to the clerks or correspondents of local and area Quaker meetings.
This directory originally set out the services available to Friends as part of the centrally managed work of Britain Yearly Meeting.