The Jewels of Quakerism 7 – Contemporary Friends and Theological Diversity


The seventh in a seven part series of informational videos about the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). Filmed at Pendle Hill Retreat Center in Wallingford, PA as part of a course there in 2009.

This episode talks about some of the contemporary types ( or “branches”) of Quakerism, including Meetings and Churches that are affiliated with Friends General Conference, Friends United Meeting, Evangelical Friends Church International, and The Conversative Friends of Iowa, Ohio, and North Carolina. Similarities and differences are noted between the branches and some time is given to exploring other Christian traditions which have some commonalities with some of the traditions of Friends.

Callid Keefe-Perry

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2 Comments

  1. watersignwater says:

    I used to go to the Hicks Quaker House in NY years ago.  Sometimes, me and another women would be the only ones there.  I think that more people should know about Quakers and their importance in American history

  2. watersignwater says:

    Hi, God Bless  Denise