The Importance of our Living Archive Project | Die Wichtigkeit unseres Living Archive Projekts

Deutsche version unten At our Spring Gathering 2018 in Ireland, our LAP coordinator Esther organized a workshop where we were invited to look at materials from our archives and respond to them. Rose Oliver read some old copies of Willy & Penn: “I didn’t grow up a Quaker, but when I discovered them in my … More The Importance of our Living Archive Project | Die Wichtigkeit unseres Living Archive Projekts

RE: Quaker Household | Quäker-Haushalt

Since 12 Ways to Spot a Quaker Household went up in May, it has evolved into a kind of Quiz: several Quakers have commented that they score 11/12 and Martin even scored 12/12 (he might have had a head-start). Moreover, some of my friends who aren’t Quakers at all have messaged me about how many points they share with us – time to invite them to an EMEYF event. … More RE: Quaker Household | Quäker-Haushalt

Fiets | Bike

Eén van de dingen die ik heel snel heb geleerd over Quakers, is dat ze gek (om niet te zeggen: compleet verzot) zijn op de wereld en duurzaamheid. Denk je dat ik overdrijf? Zie hier de trouwstoet via openbaar vervoer.

Het verbaast me dan ook elke keer weer als ik hoor van mensen dat ze geen fiets hebben, wel een fiets hebben maar nauwelijks fietsen of dat ze afstanden van minder dan 5 kilometer met de auto afleggen. … More Fiets | Bike

A famous Quaker wedding | Eine berühmte Quäkerhochzeit

Deutsche version unten Last weekend, our very own Esther and Paul got married in the Quaker Meetinghouse in Nottingham. It was a lovely ceremony, held in the Quaker way. Like most Quakers, their ministry/ testament about how they want to live their lives together extended beyond the Meeting for Worship. For example, in the early … More A famous Quaker wedding | Eine berühmte Quäkerhochzeit