Sitting in silence with a group of people every week can be an intimate experience. How do Quaker worship spaces encourage that?
Can you meditate in Quaker meeting for worship? According to these 5 Friends, having a meditation practice can be fine, even helpful. But it shouldn’t end there.
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.
We talk with Friends from New England Yearly Meeting about how to deepen Quaker meeting for worship.
What’s it like to attend Quaker meeting for worship for the first time? We asked 6 Friends what they remember about their first experience.
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.
Ross Hennesy explains how Quaker worship helps him to manage some of life’s most difficult emotions.
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.
How does Quaker Meeting compare to other Christian services? Quaker author and scholar Ben Pink Dandelion explores this question.
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