Quakers talk about following our “leadings.” But what is a leading? What does it feel like to have one?
In this week’s QuakerSpeak, Friends explore the time-tested practice of Quaker traveling ministry, still a powerful tool for Friends meetings to “renew their minds and wake up”.
When Quakers say that their worship service is “programmed” or “unprogrammed”, what do they mean?
What are Quakers doing when they sit in silence on Sunday morning? 7 Friends share their answers.
When we sit in silence on Sunday morning, Quakers often like to say that we’re “listening”. But what does that still small voice sound like?
The U.S. has the highest incarceration rate of any country in the world, with over 2.4 million people currently behind bars. What can Quakers do about it?
A guide for newcomers on what they can expect in Quaker Meeting for Worship on Sunday morning.
What are Quakers trying to achieve when sitting together in silence? A Gathered Quaker Meeting is a particularly powerful experience.
In the Quaker religion, adherents believe that a higher power can speak through them. We asked Quakers what it’s actually like to experience this.
What happens when you try to sit in silence for an hour? These seven Quakers discuss the challenge of being alone with one’s thoughts in Quaker worship, and the opportunity for grace and true communion on the other side.
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