The Quaker way of life is rooted in Christianity but differs in that we have always valued the individual's relationship to the Divine over any forms, structures or even the Bible.
As we are each different, with different experience, so our faith will vary and this we find enriching.
At the centre of our lives is the Quaker Meeting for Worship. Here in stillness and quiet we each engage with the transforming power of love and truth. This experience could lead anyone present to share the insights gained within the Meeting.
Quakers aim to live in the spirit which inspires us in our meetings and believe that if we are fully open to it we can effect change - both personal and social.
We celebrate any expression of that spirit wherever it is found - in religious books, secular writings or in people's lives, past and present.
We try to value each person equally. We strive for peace, both inward and outward. We work towards achieving simplicity and integrity in our lives. We try to live adventurously.