Meeting mentors received training to help them "walk alongside" a meeting over an extended period as it works on its challenges and opportunities. It is a process that includes prayer, worship, on-going dialogue, questioning, research, learning and reflection.
The Friends listed here have traveled across the United States and Canada helping meetings through programs designed to assist meetings in becoming welcoming, deep, and warm.
The Friends listed here have been part of the Traveling Ministries Program which connected Friends with the gifts of Ministry to Quaker meetings requesting spiritual support.
This is a page of resources and information on the Doctrine of Discovery and the work that affiliated monthly and yearly meetings are doing to repudiate the Doctrine of Discovery and affirm the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
In 1997 Central Committee approved the formation of an Ad Hoc Committee on Racial Diversity.
Since then, Central Committee has continued to expand its commitment to racial justice and diversity work. This web page provides the history of Diversity at Central Committee.