The Present of Quakerism: Young Adults
In this lecture, Stoph and Maia Carter Hallward draw on their individual and shared experiences with Quakerism as Adult Young Friends. they reflect on why they have remained connected to Friends at various forks in the road (i.e. graduating, starting their first jobs, having a child) when their friends and peers have often parted company. Maia and Stoph explore ways that Friends can build new and strengthen existing relationships across life stages and ages. they challenge assumptions regarding Ministry and remind us of the reasons why an intergenerationally vibrant Religious Society of Friends is in our collective best interest.