A moving production on the tragedy of war was given its first performance at Bury St Edmunds Meeting House on 8 April.
A musical collaboration by students of Friends Schools on both sides of the Irish Sea recently raised more than £800 for an Oxfordshire homeless charity.
Some OXFORD Friends with European connections who campaigned for the UK to stay in the EU have launched an initiative to prompt an informed discussion on Brexit.
Three leading Quaker authors, Philip Gross, Sheila Hancock and Tracy Chevalier, have been confirmed to speak at the Hay Festival in May.
Two Tavistock Friends are on a 400-mile cycle across Cornwall and Devon to raise funds for a leading charity working for freedom from torture.
Australia Yearly Meeting has launched a new website to help inquirers from around the world find out information about Australian Friends.
The Quaker Universalist Group will be holding its annual conference in the Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre this year from 5–7 May.
Working collaboratively is at the heart of the mission of the Quaker World Relations Committee (QWRC), Friends attending Meeting for Sufferings were told when they gathered in the William Penn Room on Saturday 1 April.
A Quaker Recognised Body (QRB) is an independent group where concerned Friends explore a common interest, seek affirmation, or carry out witness.
The central role of the gathered Meeting for Worship in the life of Quakerism was highlighted at Meeting for Sufferings held at Friends House on Saturday 1 April. Ursula Fuller, clerk of the Quaker Stewardship Committee (QSC), spoke to the report of the Committee in the morning session and talked about...