“…each generation of young Friends by its experiments must discover for itself the truths on which the Society is built if it is to use those truths and to continue and enlarge the work of the Society.” — Young Friends Committee, 1926
Religious Education & Youth Work Resource Friends help our community thrive by providing support in the areas of religious education for families, children, and youth. Meetings sometimes ask for advice on how to structure First Day School, on starting a youth program for a specific age group, on ways of deepening relationship and spirit in multigenerational settings, etc. Through the teaching ministry, Resource Friends in Religious Education and Youth Work offer informational tools and spirit-led experiential opportunities to facilitate learning, deepening of practice, and preparing Quaker communities for the essential work of teaching the Quaker Way to new generations.
For more information about Religious Education & Youth Work Resource Friends, fill out the inquiry form or contact the Youth Religious Life Coordinator, Melinda Wenner Bradley, firstname.lastname@example.org.