Why Do We Tip? By FJ’s Jana Llewellyn: “Why do we tip people who hand us our coffee and muffins, but ignore […]
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An introduction to the October issue on Meetings and Money.
Before the 1937 Friends World Conference, Friends from throughout the world and across the various branches of the Religious Society […]
Elizabeth Cazden is a member of Concord (N.H.) Meeting. Her Quaker history research includes Friends in Cuba, independent liberal meetings, and Quaker slave-owners in Rhode Island; see http://www.betsycazden.com.Posted in: Features
“As a birthright Friend, she really knew her antiques.” This comment opened a testimony to the life of a beloved […]
Elizabeth Cazden, a member of Concord (N.H.) Meeting, is a writer, Quaker historian, and former lawyer. She is currently researching Quaker slave-owning in Rhode Island.Posted in: Features
My first FWCC event was a dinner somewhere near Boston during the 1987 50th Anniversary Campaign. I don’t recall what […]
This month’s reviews include The Essential Elias Hicks, The Oxford Handbook of Quaker Studies, and A Guidebook to Prayer.
Letting the Higher Power Do It by Anonymous