David Fish writes about the importance of membership

Jordans Meeting House. | Photo: David Botwinik.

In late 2017 a discerning conference entitled ‘Membership Matters (or does it)’ was held in Birmingham. Membership numbers continue to drop, although there are many attenders. Central England Quakers asked: ‘Does this matter? Do we want a larger membership? How does membership affects the wellbeing and life of Quakers? What do we want to do about it?’

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