Meeting the challenge: Clive Ashwin calls for some discernment on how we worship

‘The availability of different modes of worship has generated changes in behaviour that could become significant and permanent.’

‘It is difficult to see how Meetings could row back on this situation, should they wish to do so, as and when the pandemic is over.’ | Photo: by Chris Montgomery on Unsplash

Quaker worship in the UK is, I believe, facing the greatest challenge in its 300-year history. This has arisen from profound and ongoing changes in the media landscape, notably the availability of virtual conferencing systems such as Zoom.

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