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A conversation with Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae at the September 12 Salem Quarterly Meeting, held at the Lower Greenwich Friends Meeting house. “Justice is a noun. But doing justice is a verb. As a prosecutor, I need to ensure that what we’re doing is fair, that people have confidence in our system, that it’s working well, and …
 
An update/discussion on the Palestinian/Israeli situation, presented by Mike Ayars at the June 13 Salem Quarterly Meeting Music credit: “Old Greenwich Friends Meeting House (1771)” from Down Jersey Scenes by Paul Mack Somers — Michiko Otaki, piano. Here is the RSS for Clearly Quaker Podcast, for RSS clients: http://www.salemquarter.net/feed/podcast…
 
George Lakey Speaks at Spring Quarterly Meeting 2021 Music credit: “Old Greenwich Friends Meeting House (1771)” from Down Jersey Scenes by Paul Mack Somers — Michiko Otaki, piano. Here is the RSS for Clearly Quaker Podcast, for RSS clients: http://www.salemquarter.net/feed/podcast/על ידי Clearly Quaker Podcast
 
A Presentation by Friends School at the December Quarterly Meeting Music credit: “Old Greenwich Friends Meeting House (1771)” from Down Jersey Scenes by Paul Mack Somers — Michiko Otaki, piano. Here is the RSS for Clearly Quaker Podcast, for RSS clients: http://www.salemquarter.net/feed/podcast/על ידי Clearly Quaker Podcast
 
How do Quakers read and interpret the Bible? This episode we hear from Mark Russ, Rhiannon Grant, Peterson Toscano and Timothy Ashworth for their takes on the Bible. We discuss how Quakers have read scripture over the centuries, how we can engage with it now and look at how Biblical texts can help us explore Quaker concerns today. ***This is our fi…
 
Gary Smith talks via Zoom at Tri-Quarter 2020 about the history of Quakerism and answers questions at 37:50 Music credit: “Old Greenwich Friends Meeting House (1771)” from Down Jersey Scenes by Paul Mack Somers — Michiko Otaki, piano. Here is the RSS for Clearly Quaker Podcast, for RSS clients: http://www.salemquarter.net/feed/podcast/…
 
Martin Kelley speaks at Woodstown Friends Meeting during Quarterly Meeting about QuakerSpeak and Friends Journal Music credit: “Old Greenwich Friends Meeting House (1771)” from Down Jersey Scenes by Paul Mack Somers — Michiko Otaki, piano. Here is the RSS for Clearly Quaker Podcast, for RSS clients: http://www.salemquarter.net/feed/podcast/…
 
What do Quakers think and sex, sexuality and spirituality? How do we talk to young people about sex, consent and boundaries?In this bumper episode we interview author Lucy-Anne Holmes about her sexual and spiritual experiences, and talk to David Brockway from the Good Lad Initiative and researcher and lecturer Elsie Whittington about relationships …
 
Melinda Wenner Bradley and Marty Smith give a talk about Quaker ministries in England, Africa, and South America at September 2019 Quarterly meeting at Woodbury. Music credit: “Old Greenwich Friends Meeting House (1771)” from Down Jersey Scenes by Paul Mack Somers — Michiko Otaki, piano. Here is the RSS for Clearly Quaker Podcast, for RSS clients: …
 
It’s part 2 of A Quaker Take on climate change and we’ve got interviews with Elinor from Extinction Rebellion Jews, Quakers involved in the school strikes, as well as excerpts of a recording of a talk with Greta Thunberg, Anna Taylor and Caroline Lucas on the new climate movement. With thanks to The Guardian for the new climate movement recording!*…
 
How do you know if members of your family were Quakers? Here’s how to research your Quaker ancestry.Watch the video! --> https://fdsj.nl/quaker-ancestrySupport us on Patreon --> fdsj.nl/patreon2Subscribe to Friends Journal —> fdsj.nl/FJ-SubscribeMusic from this episode —> www.jonwattsmusic.comעל ידי Friends Journal
 
How do Quakers “love thy neighbor”? For Michael Birkel, it meant crossing religious boundaries to have meaningful conversations with his Muslim neighbors.Watch the video! --> fdsj.nl/quranSupport us on Patreon --> fdsj.nl/patreon2Subscribe to Friends Journal —> fdsj.nl/FJ-SubscribeMusic from this episode —> www.jonwattsmusic.com…
 
How can Quakers play a role in racial healing? According to Sterling Duns, it’s going to take a lot of dreaming.Watch the video! --> fdsj.nl/racial-healingSupport us on Patreon --> fdsj.nl/patreon2Subscribe to Friends Journal —> fdsj.nl/FJ-SubscribeMusic from this episode —> www.jonwattsmusic.comעל ידי Friends Journal
 
What’s the Quaker part in the wider climate movement? Why are faith groups so involved in taking action to tackle climate breakdown?In part 1 we talk to Susanna Mattingly from Friends Worlds Committee for Consultation (the international Quaker body) about what that looks like in different parts of the world. fwcc.world/sustainabilityWe also talk to…
 
As Quakers, we have a practice of regularly asking ourselves tough questions. As Doug Gwyn points out, it helps us to live more authentic and integrated lives.Watch the video! --> fdsj.nl/quaker-querySupport us on Patreon --> fdsj.nl/patreon2Subscribe to Friends Journal —> fdsj.nl/FJ-SubscribeMusic from this episode —> www.jonwattsmusic.com…
 
As a social worker, Melody George feels passionate about what she calls “mental diversity” in faith communities. How are Quakers in a unique position to build this diversity?Watch the video! --> http://fdsj.nl/mental-healthSupport us on Patreon --> fdsj.nl/patreon2Subscribe to Friends Journal —> fdsj.nl/FJ-SubscribeMusic from this episode —> www.jo…
 
What is the Quaker approach to peace activism? For Anthony Manousos, it means that peace starts within.Watch the video! --> http://fdsj.nl/quaker-peace-activistSupport us on Patreon --> fdsj.nl/patreon2Subscribe to Friends Journal —> fdsj.nl/FJ-SubscribeMusic from this episode —> www.jonwattsmusic.com…
 
Quaker painter Adrian Martinez works in solitude yet craves the communal silence of Quaker worship. We talk with him about art, spirituality, and how a poor kid from D.C. wound up painting for U.S. presidents.Watch the video! --> http://fdsj.nl/quaker-painterSupport us on Patreon --> fdsj.nl/patreon2Subscribe to Friends Journal —> fdsj.nl/FJ-Subscr…
 
Why would you choose to be a Quaker? We asked 8 longtime Friends; we were blown away by their responses.Leave us a comment! --> http://fdsj.nl/why-quakerSupport us on Patreon --> fdsj.nl/patreon2Subscribe to Friends Journal —> fdsj.nl/FJ-SubscribeMusic from this episode —> www.jonwattsmusic.comעל ידי Friends Journal
 
What's the Quaker position on immigration and why? What are Quakers doing to tackle some of the injustices in the current system?Asking some of the most common questions, we discuss the Quaker position on immigration with Tatiana Garavito, Jessica Metheringham and Bridget Walker. We talk about why it's not just about refugees and asylum seekers, an…
 
Pat Stewart, Friends House Moscow Patricia Stewart from Friends House Moscow spoke at Mullica Hill Friends Meeting on December 9th as the program for Salem Quarterly Meeting. Patricia spoke eloquently on her personal challenges of being an American Quaker in Russia as well as the broader struggles of effective Quaker activism in Moscow. Music credi…
 
Do Quakers celebrate Christmas? This episode we hear about different Quaker takes on the festive season, discuss why Quakers don't traditionally celebrate Christmas (and how they sometimes do now), and explore ways to approach difficult conversations with family and friends.BLOGTimes and seasons: A Quaker reflection on Christmas www.quaker.org.uk/b…
 
Jon and Elizabeth talk to two Quaker parents, one non-Quaker parent and two people raised by Quakers to find out what the common experiences are.Quaker Parenting Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/259029634289418/Resources for Quaker parents: www.quaker.org.uk/children-and-young-people/quaker-parentFind events for children and young people: ww…
 
At the TriQuarter Gathering of Friends 2018 at Camp Ockanickon in Medford, Sarah Greenblatt, Carol Suplee, and Lynnette Davis provided an overview of outreach approaches for Quaker meetings, including “nuts and bolts” tips for contacting traditional media (newspapers, tv) and effectively navigating the new world of digital media (social media, blog…
 
What does it mean to be an ally? What does it mean to practise allyship?In this episode we discuss allyship and solidarity with Tatiana Garavito, Sanctuary Everywhere Programme Manager. We also discuss the history of Quaker abolitionist thought with historian Marcus Rediker.Power and privilege toolkit (PDF) www.quaker.org.uk/documents/owning-power-…
 
Famed Quaker author, activist and speaker Steve Chase spoke on Israel and BDS at Salem Quarterly Meeting on September 8th, 2018 at Seaville Friends Meeting in New Jersey. Music credit: “Old Greenwich Friends Meeting House (1771)” from Down Jersey Scenes by Paul Mack Somers — Michiko Otaki, piano. Here is the RSS for Clearly Quaker Podcast, for RSS …
 
Five Quakers discuss their take on God, spirituality and Quaker faith.ARTICLESThe Quakers are right, we don't need God - Simon Jenkins https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/may/04/quakers-dropping-god And some letters in response https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/may/07/debate-on-god-language-doesnt-mean-all-quakers-are-losing-faithTe…
 
Discussing peace education and nuclear weapons we join peace poet, Antony Owen, CND peace educator Owen Everett, and Quaker staff Ellis Brooks and Sahdya Darr to reflect on the role of peace education in encouraging critical thinking.Find out more Antony Owen: antonyowenpoetry.wordpress.com***CND peace educationEngland: cnduk.org/educationScotland:…
 
In an environment of increasing polarisation it’s more important than ever to understand how to disagree well. In this episode we chat to Lisa Cumming, Turning the Tide Programme Manager, about different approaches to try when engaging with friends and family – or people you don’t know well – on difficult topics.Find further resources from Turning …
 
Universal human rights are the legal and practical sibling to the Quaker idea that every person is unique, precious and a child of God - simply, that every person has a right to be treated with dignity and respect.In this episode we explore human rights from a European and international perspective. As Quakers in Britain issue a manifesto about the…
 
“We can’t have security for people in the UK at the expense of security for people in other parts of the world”Rethinking security is an invitation to engage in public debate and dialogue about the way we think about security. The aim is to think and plan creatively in relation to safety, security, nonviolence and the role of peace initiatives, and…
 
The housing crisis in Britain has reached new lows in 2017, with 1 in every 200 people in the UK being homeless, house prices soaring far beyond the range of ordinary people, and social housing stock being decommissioned and not replaced. Quakers are stepping into the breach wherever they can – setting up YMCAs in meeting houses, running housing in…
 
This episode of #QWitness focuses on making witness happen, shifting towards a movement-focused approach from a more information-based one.We chat to Gurpreet Bola, Hannah Smith and Maya Williams about their work to support groups to take action on different issues and how you can access this.We also catch up with two people who attended the Quaker…
 
"It's really hard to stop 30,000 arms buyers from getting into the Excel centre, but it's really easy – and it feels amazing! – to stop a truck with a tank on from driving into the arms fair."In this episode of Q:Witness we talk about the many ways that people can help build a peaceful society. We hear from Sam Walton who helped organise the headli…
 
In the first episode of Q:Witness's new season, two campaigners discuss how they came to Quakerism through activism. In an intergenerational, wide-ranging conversation, Chris Venables and Jane Pearn speak of overcoming their own self-doubts around 'doing enough,' and the importance of doing what you can, when you can. Listen to hear more about how …
 
Quakers use the term 'witness' to describe their faith in action. In the closing episode of the first Q:Witness podcast series, we explore what this term really means. We also explore how people sustain their activism.We chat to Paul Parker, the Recording Clerk of Britain Yearly Meeting, about what witness means to him and reflect on the spiritual …
 
This Q:Witness we discuss the tide of militarisation in Britain and how to take action to stop it. The belief that military solutions are superior is one of the things that makes war more likely. From cadets in state schools to Armed Forces Day, we hear how new initiatives amount to a deliberate militarisation of society to counteract falling suppo…
 
How can Quakers offer sanctuary to those forced to flee their homes? Jon Martin and Tim Gee explore the idea of sanctuary and prepare for the launch of the Sanctuary Meetings programme. Tim also asks the various speakers from Refugee Week at Friends House (Euston, London) what sanctuary means to them. Learn why and how Quaker meetings can become Sa…
 
What happens when you try to sit in silence for an hour? In this week’s QuakerSpeak podcast, seven Quakers offer stories about the challenge of being alone with one’s thoughts and the opportunity for grace and true communion on the other side. Full video and transcript --> http://fdsj.nl/quaker-worship-pt1Support QuakerSpeak on Patreon! --> fdsj.nl…
 
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