Resources to Help Better Understand Quaker Faith and Practice
The below resources are provided for those who are new to Quakerism and who are seeking more information. These resources include an overview slideshow as well as a series of links to videos and reading materials all aimed at helping newcomers gain a better understanding of Quaker faith and practice.
The core understanding of the Quakers – also known as the Religious Society of Friends – is that the Divine is present in every person and guides each of us in ways big and small.
Our job is to quiet our selves in order to hear the voice of God, and then to act on it.
A Slideshow Overview of Quaker Faith and Practice
Resources on Quaker Faith and Practice
You can click here to read an overview of Quakerism from the Quaker Information Center at the Earlham School of Religion
FAQ about Quakers – from the Friends General Conference
To read a three-page overview of Quaker history, faith and practice, click here.
Insights from 26 different Quakers on their faith and practice is provided in this informative video
To learn more about a four-part overview series for those new to Quakerism, click here.
If you wish to learn more about Quakerism through an independent study format, please check out the Quaker Dialogues here.
For a copy of the Northern Yearly Meeting book on Quaker Faith and Practice, click here.