After the Pulse Nightclub shooting in 2016, Friends at Orlando Meeting called for a special worship. Later they learned that Quakers from all over the world had joined them.
When Ted decided to make the transition to male, he knew he wanted to tell his meeting, but didn’t want a flood of questions. That’s when the meeting stepped up.
Peterson Toscano tried everything he could to “cure” himself of being gay. Then he discovered Quakers. Now he travels the country telling his story.
Historically, Quakers have challenged traditional gender roles by accepting women as ministers. How does that attitude manifest today? Maggie Harrison explores this question.
Kody Hersh lifts up the Jesus who stood with those on the margins of society.
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.
Su Penn on Quakers and sex: “Quakers are uniquely qualified to transform how we deal with sex and sexuality in our culture .”
Quaker Justimore Musombi was a pastor in Kenya. That is, until he came out of the closet. Now he can’t go home.