-Other Links-

Click this heading to view links to Quaker blogs and other, non-Quaker, organizations.

  • Southern Appalachian Friend
    • This is where you will find the links to the PDF’s of the publication ‘Southern Appalachian Friend’ (The Quarterly Newsletter of SAYMA).

  • Southern Appalachian Yearly Meeting and Association
    • This is where you will find the website for the Southern Appalachian Yearly Meeting and Association of the Religious Society of Friends.

  • American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
    • The American Friends Service Committee carries out service, development, social justice, and peace programs throughout the world. Founded by Quakers in 1917 to provide conscientious objectors with an opportunity to aid civilian war victims, AFSC’s work attracts the support and partnership of people of many races, religions, and cultures.

  • Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL)
    • The Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) is the largest peace lobby in Washington, DC. Founded in 1943 by members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), FCNL staff and volunteers work with a nationwide network of tens of thousands of people from many different races, religions, and cultures to advocate social and economic justice, peace, and good government. FCNL is nonpartisan.

  • Quaker Electronic Archive
    • Founded in early 1994 as the first general-purpose Quaker site on the Internet, this site contains Quaker writings as well as documents such as minutes and resource guides and basic information about Quakerism. The archive offers a keyword search function, and links to other sites of interest to Friends are also provided. (PLEASE NOTE: Because of thousands of “spam” messages, the message board has been shut down.) This site is maintained by George Amoss Jr., a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

    • Quakerfinder.Org has been put together by Friends General Conference. FGC provides resources and opportunities that educate and invite members and attenders to experience, individually and corporately, God’s living presence, and to discern and follow God’s leadings. FGC reaches out to seekers and to other religious bodies inside and outside the wider Religious Society of Friends. To learn more about Friends General Conference see our webpage at

    • A general purpose information site on “Quakerism”.

  • Wikipedia Entry on Quakers
    • This is the Wikipedia entry for Quakers (The Religious Society of Friends.

  • Quaker Quaker
    • A community of blogs and social media about Friends.

  • Friends General Conference
    • Founded in 1900, FGC has grown from a voluntary organization of seven yearly meetings created to hold a “general conference” every other year into a vibrant association of fourteen yearly meetings and regional groups and nine directly-affiliated monthly meetings that serves Quakers year-round with a vast array of programs and services.


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