About the Society of Friends (Quakers)
Members of the Society of Friends are often called Quakers.
Quakers seek to experience the light within, "... a type of religion that turns away from arid theological notions and that insists instead upon a real and vital experience of God revealed to persons in their own souls, in their own personal lives."
Quakerism began about 1650 in England, and came to the English colonies in America shortly after. While never large in numbers, Quakers have played a large role in shaping the conscience of the world.
Information for seekers and newcomers
- Faith and practice
A brief guide to Quaker discipline
- History of the Society of Friends
Men and women, Moments
- Links to many other websites
A gateway to many Quaker-related websites.
- Links to topics
Curated collections of links to writins of interest to Quakers.
- Not-so-weighty matters
We're not always so serious.