This adult series for Quakers and those curious about Quakerism offers discussions and first-hand experiences to help each of us explore what Quaker worship and practice are like for ourselves. Read more »
From September 3 – 14, DISARM TRIDENT activists will walk down the length of Georgia’s coast from Savannah to the Kings Bay Submarine Base. Read more »
Join the Quaker family around the world in worship and celebration! Sponsored by Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC) FWCC invites you to join Quakers around the world for World… Read more »
I wear garments touched by hands from all over the world
35% cotton, 65% polyester, the journey begins in Central America
In the cotton fields of El Salvador In a province soaked in blood,
Pesticide-sprayed workers toil in a broiling sun
Pulling cotton for two dollars a day.
Quakers sit in silence because they want to know something that words cannot tell them. They want to feel something or become aware of something that they can really make connection with. It is something fundamental to their life, they know that, indeed it is the underlying reality of their life, but they are not normally aware of it. Read More….
How do Quakers “love thy neighbor”? For Michael Birkel, it meant crossing religious boundaries to have meaningful conversations with his Muslim neighbors. Read more….
QuakerSpeak Published on Mar 22, 2018 What is the Quaker approach to peace activism? For Anthony Manousos, it means that peace starts within. Everence helps help people and organizations… Read more »
Last year, long-time Jacksonville Friend Al Geiger made an increment boring from the old pine tree near the Florida Christian Center activities center. The tree is approximately 155 years old,… Read more »