This month we were delighted to welcome Ashley Macmillan and Grant Galbreath into membership.
The Rainbow Warriors of Waiheke Island is a film by Suzanne Raes, made in 2009.
Several Dunedin Quakers took part in an event to mark the 76th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing on 6th August.
Two Dunedin Quakers, Elizabeth Duke and Elizabeth Thompson, have again participated in Christian World Service's Operation Refugee
In October 2020, the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at Otago University made a unique award to Quakers
Listen to Ashley Macmillan, Dunedin Monthly Meeting's newest member, and Murray Short, long-standing Friend and former Clerk of Quakers in Aotearoa New Zealand
John Osmers died on 16th June in Lusaka, Zambia, of covid.
Quaker beliefs have much to offer as the world faces the challenge of making radical change to reverse the environmental degradation caused by human behaviour.
Hear Anjum Rahman: STORIES of BELONGING - A Journey Across Aotearoa
Free public lecture presented by Anjum Rahmanon Saturday 15th May, 7pmKauri Hall, El Rancho, Waikanae
A letter has been sent to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nanaia Mahuta, and all Members of Parliament, expressing our support for her inaugural foreign policy speech and including questions on th
The Nelson Quaker Embroidery sets out to tell the history of Nelson (Whakatū) Friends (Quakers), from its beginnings in seventeenth-century England to the present day.