From October 2015, Quakers in Britain are invited to read and reflect on one or two chapters a month of Quaker Faith and Practice, either by themselves or in groups, face to face or online, so that as a Religious Society we can better know our tradition and journey as a people of faith.
I’ll be doing a short video each month, sharing my own thoughts and reading my favourite excerpt, and I invite you to join the conversation. This month, it’s chapter 21, entitled ‘Personal journey’.
http://qfp.quaker.org.uk/reading/ – for more information about the project
http://together.woodbrooke.org.uk/resource.php?r=Q1 – for learning materials around Quaker Faith and Practice
https://www.facebook.com/readingqfp?fref=ts – to join the conversation on Facebook
3 thoughts on “Reading Quaker Faith and Practice – Personal Journey”
Thanks, Mark. I really enjoyed watching this and loved your favourite passage from Chapter 23 – definitely one of mine too!
Thank you for sharing, Mark. It’s good to see this conversation beginning!
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