Often in a Friends school classroom, “the majority of people in the room are not Quaker, and there is no expectation that they should be.” But as Tom Hoopes
Why are Quakers so hung up about our histories and biographies? Doug Gwyn says it’s because we have no creed, so we rely on stories.
What, exactly, is a “Friends Church,” and how do Friends churches differ from other Christian congregations and services? Watch and find out.
Lidney Molnari was “church shopping” when he had an experience that spoke to his condition at Live Oak Friends Meeting in Houston, TX.
With all the talk of “witch hunts” lately, we’ve noticed that people confuse Quakers with the Puritans. Clearly they haven’t heard the story of Mary Dyer.
Valerie Brown was a high powered lawyer. Then she had an experience that changed everything.
Quakers make decisions together in such a way that ideally, everyone’s voice is heard. For Gil George, it’s a revolutionary process.
Greg Williams brings a spiritual presence into activist circles. We talked with him about Black Lives Matter and the Quaker legacy of nonviolent activism.
What is Quaker Meeting like when you’re deaf? For Jane Fernandes, it is profound. And, she says, it’s a rare experience to find a group of hearing people who value silence.
Ever wondered who is behind the camera when you watch a QuakerSpeak video? We convinced director Jon Watts to switch places with the Friends Journal editors and answer some questions about his approach to the project.