Category Archives: Children

Representatives Meeting, 26/27 March 2022 documentation

The document pack for the March 2022 Representatives Meeting can be downloaded via the SAYM web page.The reports in the document pack are also available for browsing online as web pages. They can also be accessed via the SAYM web … Continue reading

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7 ways to welcome children and families to your Quaker meeting — from Quakers in Britain

AVERAGE READ TIME: 5 MINUTES Families and children are a vital part of the Quaker community. Mel Cook shares how meetings can extend them an even warmer welcome.  Children and young people are a valued and vital part of our … Continue reading

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SAYM 2018 delegates’ pack available for download

The Pack that will be distributed to Yearly Meeting attendees has gone to the printer. For those Friends who wish to read the contents in advance, please download the PDF file from the link below. SAYM Pack 2018 — PDF file … Continue reading

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Welcoming families in meetings

How do we rejoice in the presence of children in our meetings and nurture their spiritual growth? Alistair Fuller shares in a Quakers in Britain blog how his meeting took small steps to welcome his family. Some thoughts on our … Continue reading

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How Do Quakers Support Children’s Spirituality?

Quakers have a unique way of approaching children’s spirituality and religious education. View the clip on the Friends’ Journal site.

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