The Religious Society of Friends

Navigating this web site: Entries are not in alphabetical order but instead age order. New entries are added to the bottom of each section. Use the search function of your browser to locate entries.

Quaker blogs may be found at Planet Quaker.

Index


Introductory Items

Quaker Organizations

Friends and Nature

  • Friends Energy Project
  • Quaker Earthcare Witness
  • PYM Committee in Unity with Nature

    Quaker Meetings

    A more or less comprehensive listing of Yearly, Monthly and Quarterly Meetings organized by location of meetinghouse.

    Quaker Nursing/Retirement Homes

    Note that Friends Services for the Aging has their own list.

    Historical Quaker Meetinghouses

    Some of these are still active meetinghouses; some not. All are much, much older than the Internet.
  • Miami Monthly Meeting's White Brick Meetinghouse.

    Writings of Historical Friends

    Free books by Elton Trueblood available

    "We have been blessed with a number of his books that are out of print - they are free for the asking - but donations for shipping would be greatly appreciated." Contact Sue Kern - Center for Quaker Thought and Practice, Earlham Drawer 104 Richmond, IN 47374 or quakercenter@earlham.edu

    Writings of (or about) Contemporaneous Friends

    Peacemaker sites

    Quaker History

    Quaker Genealogy

    Links to other sites

    Young Friends

    Miscellaneous

    Quakers from A to Z (but not X)

    [mailto:] Ask for a listing here.
    The listing is only available for non-bulk email use. If you agree not to use it to send mail to everyone on the list, you can see the list.

    Quaker-run businesses

    Computer Businesses

    Communications

    Health Practitioners

    Consultants

    Performing and Visual Artists and Musicians

    Publishers & Bookstores

    QUIP is a consortium of Quaker Publishers. Bookstores have their own page.

    Summer Camps

    Other Businesses

    Quaker links totally (but totally) unrelated to the RSOF

    Quaker Oats Gets Its Own Section

    Quaker-named sites without a clue

    I've moved these off into a separate file. There's just too many non-Religious-Society-of-Friends groups which use the "Quaker" name.

    Newsgroups

    Mailing lists

    Contributors

    Please email suggestions and contributions. Quakerism is a multifarious religion. Everything on these pages should be considered representative of some but not all Quaker thought. Free web space is available on this server for any meeting-sponsored Quaker activity.
    Isn't it amazing how fast this page loads, with only one image?

    Russell Nelson