- The Tickle of God 16 November 2017
- Nuclear Deal: Make the government hear your voice – join us next week 16 November 2017
- 2018 Calendar: Quaker peace-building in art — now available 15 November 2017
- Press Statement from Friends Church in Kenya 27 October 2017
- In turbulent times … be a Quaker 16 October 2017
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Category Archives: Reports
What’s happening to the number of Quakers in the world? Is there growth, and where is it coming from? Answers arrived today, as the World Office of the Friends World Committee for Consultation released a new survey of worldwide Quaker … Continue reading
Refugees and responses to refugees are headline news at present. The 100 years of work by the AFSC is thus of significant interest. Report on the founding and work of the AFSC, in America.
The more detailed report that contains the background to the items Minuted at MYRM 2017 is now available. It is behind the new SAYM password and can be reached via the SAYM page.
The minutes from the MYRM held at Koinonia in Johannesburg from 27 April-1 May are now available. Access them via the SAYM page.
Chris and Roy Love attended the 2016 C&SAYM and took a report back to The Friend magazine in the UK. Read the item by clicking the link below. C&SAYM 2016 report carried in The Friend
Email from the FWCC office in London Dear Friends, We hope you are all well and send our loving greetings from the World Office in London. Many of you will be sharing your experience with others, some will be offering presentations … Continue reading
Epistle from 2016 Friends World Committee for Consultation World Plenary (International Representatives Meeting) Se contenta el Corazón ensanchándose de amor; todos a una voz a Dios gracias damos. ¡Bienvenidos Amigos! To all Friends Everywhere, We send loving greetings to you from … Continue reading
CSAYM Co-Clerk Justine Limpitlaw and Young Friends Co-Clerk Khosi Sekoere are attending the World Plenary Meeting in Peru as representatives of C&SAYM. Though they are out of email contact, Friends from the British Yearly Meeting were kind enough to share … Continue reading