- SA Quaker News — September 2023 20 September 2023
- Namibia Quaker Community Statement on Same-Sex Marriages 11 August 2023
- Quakers urge government to implement a universal basic income or face ‘dire consequences’ 31 July 2023
- SA Quaker News, April 2023, is out 3 April 2023
- Discussion documents on a Universal Basic Income Grant 11 December 2022
Category Archives: Resources
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
Please visit the Publications & Resources page to download the latest SAQN and the updated Quaker Handbook.
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
An Excel spreadsheet template for membership lists is now provided on the Publications & Resources page. Please click the link ‘Resources‘ at the top of the page, or scroll down to the relevant section.
MYRM 2017 approved a logo for SAYM. It can be downloaded from a password protected page accessible via the Publications and Resources page on this site. Also available is a customisable MS Word letterhead for use by meetings.
Barbara Hays of Chichester LM delivered the keynote address at the Annual Conference of Treasurers 2016. The transcript of the address below is a useful starting point to help us question how we can use our own resources more imaginatively … Continue reading
Quakers have a unique way of approaching children’s spirituality and religious education. View the clip on the Friends’ Journal site.
Information from Nancy Fee: Here is a new Quaker podcast, which people might be interested in. It is from the American Programmed tradition, and broadcasts about twice a month, for about 30 minutes. For those not into podcasts, these are … Continue reading
Friends Journal in the US has given open access (non paid) to their most popular articles of 2016, and previous years. New Year’s top five: The most popular articles of 2016
Forthcoming Woodbrook On Line course: Being A Quaker Clerk (6 February – 19 March 2017) Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre in the UK is again offering it’s 6 week on-line course on Becoming a Quaker Clerk. The course is meant for … Continue reading