Forum, June/July 2018

A fragile but strong vision The starter vision in Donald W. McCormick’s “Can Quakerism Survive?” (FJ Feb.) is beautiful, challenging, and achievable. Being new to Quakerism, his vision strikes me as fragile and strong at the same time: challenged by an aging population yet aided by practical, universal testimonies that create many points of entry for attracting newcomers. While outreach can take many forms, the best of these would meet seekers where they are while demonstrating what Quakerism is in an accessible way. Larger programs🔒

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