How can Quakers gather, and minister, when Friends are forced into isolation? Jon Martin considers digital options at Woodbrooke
For three years I worked for Britain Yearly Meeting (BYM) doing all manner of things – but it could mostly be boiled down to one concept: making Quakers more digital. I worked with others to improve our online presence, including creating podcasts and training Quakers on social media. I was part of a group that helped nudge Quakers in Britain just a little bit further into the digital age. And yet I can’t help but shake the feeling that in all that time I achieved less progress than in the last two weeks.
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