Read about the Quakers, a Christian Denomination united in a belief in the ability of every human to access the light within, or “that of God in every one.”

There is no formal set of beliefs that you have to hold to be a Quaker. This is because Quakers think that adopting a creed is taking on belief at second hand; they think that faith should be more personal, based on a person’s inner conviction.

Quakers believe that faith is something that is always developing, not something frozen at a particular moment in history which can be captured in a fixed code of beliefs.


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