Strengthening Our Meetings: The Inreach-Outreach Workshop (DOC)
Creating & Maintaining a Meeting Web Site Updated 2012 (PDF)
Readings on Quakerism: Where to Start (PDF) – A short article printed in the Winter 2006 Bulletin.
A list of suggestions for strengthening your meeting or worship group and making it more open and welcoming
Survival Sourcebook: The Care and Maintenance of Small Meetings and Worship Groups (PDF)
North Pacific Yearly Meeting Outreach Committee
2nd Edition, 1990
This document is somewhat dated. In particular, the lists of resources are mostly out of date, and no mention is made of the internet. Minor errors have been introduced by the process of converting the printed text into an electronic file. However, there are many helpful pieces in it that small meetings and worship groups can benefit from. Posted by permission of North Pacific Yearly Meeting’s Outreach & Visitation Committee
From New England Yearly Meeting
From Friends General Conference
Outreach web page
Newcomers Cards: a series of free cards available for print by meetings. These simple cards are good, brief introductions suitable to hand out to newcomers. They can also be purchased from the FGC Bookstore. Topics include: You are Welcome Here, Quaker Worship, What Do Quakers Believe, Quakers and Prayer, How Quaker Meetings Work, and Quaker Testimonies.
Grow Our Meetings toolkit: Inreach, Outreach, and Integrating Newcomers. Guidance and tools for Friends who want to deepen their own spiritual life, welcome new life into their meetings, consider what it’s like to be new in a meeting, and do outreach.
You Are Welcome Here – A Booklet of Learnings from QuakerQuest
Build It: A Toolkit for Nurturing Intergenerational Spiritual Community: The Youth Ministries Program of FGC collects here their best practices for nurturing intergenerational spiritual community. The toolkit includes resources, activities, games, advice, and the skit, “A Short History of Quakerism in 10 Easy Points.” Both practical and fun, it is useful for nurturing spiritual community among all ages.
Understanding Quaker Practice
(from “Info” section of website)
This page is provided by LEYM’s Advancement & Outreach Committee