When Quakers get together it can sometimes feel like we’re speaking our own language, which can be confusing for newcomers. Here’s a quick guide to some of the words that have special meaning for Friends.
Interested in joining a Quaker Meeting? Here’s how to become a member.
Many seekers have discovered Quakers through online quizzes like Beliefnet, but what do they mean by “Liberal” and “Orthodox” Quakerism?
As a lifelong Quaker, Arthur Larrabee was frustrated that he couldn’t answer the question, “What do Quakers believe?” So he set out to do just that.
What do Quakers believe? As an experiential religion with no creed, there isn’t always an easy answer. We asked 26 Quakers, and the resulting conversations were powerful.
Is being a Quaker worth it? We asked 8 longtime Friends what keeps them coming to Meeting every Sunday. Help us produce Season 5!
Discovering George Fox’s Journal when we was just 14 years old, Kevin-Douglas Olive found a language to describe his experience and the people he belonged with.
In our achievement-oriented culture, how do we make time to just be? For Stephanie Crumley-Effinger, our Quaker foremothers and forefathers have the answer.
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.