English below Interview von Paul (German Yearly Meeting) mit Noah (6 years) über Nachhaltigkeit P: Was liebst du an der Natur? N: Alles. Ich finde z.B. die Höhe von Bäumen beeindruckend und wie komisch sie wachsen können, z.B. als Torbogen – hab ich mal im Wald gesehen. P: Was darf für dich an der Natur … More #TestimonyTrain – Sustainabilty| Nachhaltigkeit – Ein Interview | an interview
Deutsch unten One part of any EMEYF gathering is cooking for ourselves. It’s not only an effective way to keep the costs of our gatherings down, but it can also help us to get out of our heads and do something practical. Moreover, as our cooking teams are usually brought together at random, cooking can … More Easy Recipes For Groups | Einfache Rezepte für Gruppen
Deutsch unten Hello everybody, I hope you’ve had (or are still having) a lovely summer! I wanted to share with you a little part of what I did this summer, which was a course at Woodbrooke. For those of you who don’t know, Woodbrooke is a Quaker Study Centre in Birmingham, UK. They offer courses on … More My short stay at Woodbrooke | Mein kurzer Aufenthalt in Woodbrooke
Read Eloise’s inspiring contribution to our Testimony Train … More Equality / Gleichwürdigkeit | #TestimonyTrain
Listen to the song about the EMEYF Spring Gathering in Russia in May 2019. written & sung by Kirsten (feat. Eleanor) German Yearly Meeting
Today we publish an article with a different take on our #TestimonyTrain. We are very eager to hear your opinion about this. … More A note of caution on the testimony train – a train announcement?│Eine Warnungsbemerkung zum Zeugnis-Zug – eine Durchsage?
by/von Leyna (German Yearly Meeting) Deutsch unten These are the Quaker testimonies I grew up with. My grandparents had a colorful magnet on their fridge that spelled out these ‘spices.’ I loved looking at it as a child. In retrospect, I think this magnet influenced what ‘being Quaker’ means to me and (until we moved … More Thoughts on the #TestimonyTrain │ Gedanken zum Zeugniszug