In this issue of Book Musings we highlight writings that go to the core of who we are as Friends. We have no creed, no set prayers. Our beliefs show in what we do.
Maybe you know this story: Ms. Smith attends her first meeting for worship with her Quaker neighbor, Ms. Jones. After half an hour of silence, Ms. Smith leans over and whispers, "When does the service begin?"
Ms. Jones chuckles, then replies, "At the rise of meeting."
Our commitment to service has never been more necessary than it is today. Let us raise our voices, take action, and walk the walk. There are so many ways to serve, and I'm hopeful some of the books highlighted in this issue will help guide you.
- Buy-5-Bundle Discount - The Meetinghouse Bookshelf
- Book Discussions - How to Be an Antiracist; See No Stranger
- New and Noteworthy - Facilitating Group Learning
- Friends Journal Reviews - September 2020
- Buy over $100 in books or pamphlets and get a 10% discount
Read the full September 1, 2020 issue of Book Musings, here.
In the Light,
Audrey Greenhall, Manager of QuakerBooks
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