Arthur Larrabee teaches a popular workshop on Quaker clerking and how to facilitate Quaker decision making. In this week’s video, we asked him what advice he has for future clerks.
Massachusetts Quaker Jay O’Hara felt led to blockade a 40,000-ton coal shipment with a tiny lobster boat. What happened next might surprise you.
Historically, Quakers have challenged traditional gender roles by accepting women as ministers. How does that attitude manifest today? Maggie Harrison explores this question.
Ross Hennesy explains how Quaker worship helps him to manage some of life’s most difficult emotions.
What do Quakers mean when we say that “Christ has come to teach his people himself?” FUM’s Colin Saxton explores this question.
Callid Keefe-Perry shares how Quakers used to worship wherever and whenever they felt the Spirit moving, and how exciting it can be to do that today.
Kody Hersh lifts up the Jesus who stood with those on the margins of society.
How does Quaker Meeting compare to other Christian services? Quaker author and scholar Ben Pink Dandelion explores this question.
A.J. Mendoza found Quakers as a young adult. He describes the powerful mystical experience that had him crying in the Meetinghouse, and kept him coming back.
Last week, Quaker School Moses Brown’s school closing announcement went viral. The video, uploaded to YouTube, is called School is Closed. It’s a parody of the song Let it Go from the Disney movie Frozen and it now has over 3 million views in just over a week.