Resources and Materials
Called LIGHT AND LIVELIES in AVP Training
These are some that we have found to work well in Junior Gathering Groups.
Obviously they are not all appropriate for all age groups.
Quakers are involved in a wide range of activities (stewardship of the earth, peace-making, publishing, and much more). The links below will take you to organizations that your new worship group or meeting might like to learn more about -- or get involved with.
Worship is at the heart of the Quaker way. Below are resources to help introduce newcomers to this vital spiritual experience.
Friends, as we live up to our name, want visitors to feel welcome. First, of course, it is necessary to know who is a newcomer. Various meetings have found other ways to identify and meet the needs of newcomers. Below are some tools growing out of their experiences.
Outreach and publicity are about sharing our spiritual search and insights with those who want to listen.
Quaker worship groups and meetings are dynamic faith communities. It is wonderful that you are considering starting a worship group or meeting! Below tools that will help you in this spiritual endeavor.
Companion in the ministry
The companion in the ministry is sometimes referred to as a spiritual companion or an elder.