Friends General Conference makes available resources for adults looking to support religious education.
Resources for Adults
“I have long loved spaces that are quiet and apart . . .” So begins Fran Taber’s Pendle Hill pamphlet on personal retreats, Come Aside and Rest Awhile (see note 1, bottom of article).
What should Friends in the unprogrammed tradition teach about the Bible? About Jesus? I often hear these questions asked. Certainly, we should teach the classic narratives and poetry and the discursive passages which have spoken powerfully to people in every generation for thousands of years.
Suggestions for Friends who take on an adult education session
Grass Valley Monthly Meeting in Northern California has been led to create a spiritually nurturing support group titled “Women in Transition as a Result of Aging. ”“Aging” means anyone who is getting older!
Find a list of useful books in the attached files to meet the needs of Adult Religious education classes.