Quaker Universalist Conversations: Call for October-December Authors

Friends,

Quaker Universalist Conversations, the blog of the Quaker Universalist Fellowship, is inviting folks to contribute guest blog posts over the coming months. Here is a description of our first three featured topics.

Many of us have come to Quakerism as a safe refuge and home in which we can  give voice to those heart-deep truths we reclaim from our birth religions, without needing to draw boundaries defining “right doctrine.”

Many others have come to trust Quakerism as a safe space in which to explore leadings from beyond their own familiar religious and secular faith traditions.

To enrich discussion of such experiences, we invite readers and others to contribute blog posts on the following topics:

  • October — Judaism and Quakerism
  • November — Buddhism and Quakerism
  • December — Observing the Winter Solstice.

Contact us at blog@universalistfriends.org if you would like to write on one of these topics.

Blessings,

Mike Shell

Blog Moderator
Quaker Universalist Conversations

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