|A Taste of Life Writing for Transformation||Being a Quaker Clerk|
|Bringing Quaker and Buddhist Practice Together||Eldership and Oversight|
|European Quaker Voices: Retreat||Quaker Nominations|
|The Life Stirring Within:|
a week-long online retreat
with Isaac Penington
|Voices of the Earth|
|Bayard Rustin: reflections on his life and witness||Awakening the Prophetic Imagination: a Bible study course|
|Being a Quaker Community of Witness and Welcome||Expectant Waiting: reflections from the Bible and Quakers, from theology and poetry|
|Courageous Living amid a Climate Crisis||Expectant Waiting: reflections from the Bible and Quakers, from theology and poetry|
|Finding Our Ways Forward: positive living in the climate crisis||The Meaning of the Cross: punishment, or healing and reconciliation?|
|Living the Peace Testimony|
|Essentials of Quakerism|
Quakers Do What! Why? Book Launch
|Early Quakers and Creation:
James Nayler’s Eco-Theology
|Revising Quaker Faith & Practice x 4|
|The Quaker Way|
New courses are added by Woodbrooke quite often – keep an eye on the listings page or register for the Woodbooke newsletter to stay up to date. In addition, this year’s Swarthmore lecture will be broadcast online in August, as outlined below.
Remember that financial support is available from both Woodbrooke and locally. Redland Meeting will pay half of the cost of one course (whether fixed or Pay as Led) each year for all members and attenders, and the full cost of any training for specific roles. Contact the treasurer, Kit Fotheringham for further information.
As well as Woodbrooke, Britain Yearly Meeting also offers courses occasionally, such as the QPSW Summer Series: Where our witness is (https://bit.ly/32zKdjd). Sign up to the Quake newsletter to hear of new courses as they appear.