Quakers in Britain
The Library of the Society of Friends, based at Friends House, is a unique resource and is one of the largest Quaker collections in the world.
This page is an introduction to the Quaker book of discipline and details of how to contribute to its revision.
At Yearly Meeting 2022, Quakers committed to making practical reparations for the trans-Atlantic slave trade, colonialism and economic exploitation. This page offers some resources to help meetings think about this work.
The Quaker Centre café and bookshop are now open Monday to Friday 10am–3pm. The bookshop also welcomes online customers.
This section includes resources to download or order; about Quakers and their work, for Quakers and their meetings and for teachers
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Update emails are sent out to Quaker role holders. These include the Clerks Update email, a quarterly PDF newsletter replacing the Clerks Monthly Mailing. Trustees' and Treasurers' News currently goes out three times a year.