We support networking with other Quaker organizations. We welcome suggestions for additional links to Quaker organizations which address universalism themes in their publications or in their services in the world.
AFSC promotes lasting peace with justice in projects that seek to be practical expressions of Quaker faith in action. Drawing on continuing spiritual insights and working with people of many backgrounds, AFSC nurtures the seeds of change and respect for human life that transform social relations and systems.
FCNL provides nonpartisan, multi-issue advocacy in the U.S. Congress connecting historic Quaker testimonies on peace, equality, simplicity and truth with peace and social justice issues.
Friends General Conference provides services and resources for individual Friends, meetings, and people interested in the Quaker way. FGC is an association of regional Quaker communities in the U.S. and Canada working together to nurture a vital Quaker faith. FGC affiliated Friends are generally considered liberal Quakers, and includes universalist Friends.
Friends House Moscow funds projects for peace and civil society in the former Soviet Union. Friends House supports projects in a variety of areas including human rights, education, restorative justice, and non-violent communication. Each project also furthers social goals such as grass-roots collaboration, equality and non-violence.
Friends United Meeting includes 30 Yearly meetings (regional associations) of Friends, along with several smaller groups, local meetings (churches) and affiliated organizations. FUM includes fellowships where Jesus Christ is known, loved and obeyed as Teacher and Lord, and has offices in Indiana, USA, and Kenya, Africa.
FWCC encourages fellowship among all the branches of the Religious Society of Friends. FWCC seeks to bring Friends of varying traditions and cultural experiences together in worship, communications, and consultation, to express our common heritage and our Quaker message to the world.
A publishing forum for Friends who prefer naturalism and reason to the supernatural. Find out more by perusing their online archive or looking for their book Godless for God’s Sake: Nontheism in Contemporary Quakerism.
A Quaker study center designed to prepare its adult students for service both in the Religious Society of Friends and in the world.
A network of Friends (Quakers) in North America and other like-minded people who are taking spirit-led action to address the ecological and social crises of the world from a spiritual perspective, emphasizing Quaker process and testimonies.
Quaker House offers free private informational counseling on discharge-related issues to military service members, their families, and others considering joining the military. QH also organizes peace witness events, conferences, workshops, and produces peace resources for the larger public.
A counterpart to Quaker Universalist Fellowship in the United Kingdom.
This website includes links to information about many Quaker topics.
RSWR provides grants for small micro-enterprise ventures for female entrepreneurs in developing countries and resource materials for study of the lives in poverty and wealth.
A Quaker center on Capitol Hill that engages people from all walks of life with issues of peace, reconciliation, social and economic justice, and environmental awareness, through inward reflection, hands-on experience, education, and community building.
A well-known monthly periodical addressing theological and service issues that concern the Quaker community.
This website provides information on the publications of Pendle Hill.
Founded in 1994, this website contains Quaker writings as well as documents such as minutes, resource guides and basic information about Quakerism.
Quaker Heritage Press publishes various historical Quaker writings that have been allowed to go out of print.
An archive of many Quaker pamphlets, stewarded by Jim Rose of Baltimore Yearly Meeting.
This website includes links to some historical writings and information related to Friends.
An independent publication by and for Quakers with an interest in mystical experience and contemplative practice