KidsQuake - A Quaker Youth Outreach Project
This site is dedicated to children everywhere who are learning about Quakerism. The content presents a simplified explanation of The Religious Society of Friends, their beliefs, traditions, and history. Parents are encouraged to visit this site with their children. Teachers are welcome to download and print materials for use in their classes.
Count Your Blessings

Count Your Blessings

Stuff to think about in Meeting for Worship - During Quaker Meeting for Worship everyone comes in and sits in silence. After some time has passed, somebody might get up and speak. They have prayed to see if what they want to say is for everyone to hear.

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Meet Famous Quakers

Random Triva, Jokes & Sayings


Stephen Grellet

​Stephen Grellet (November 2, 1773-November 16, 1855) was born a nobleman in France. He had a military education and legend has it that at the age of seventeen became a body-guard of Louis XVI - the "Lost Dauphin." The story goes that he was the last living person who could have identified the young prince whose fate was unknown after his royal parents were executed.

After escaping the French Revolution Stephen came to America and became a Quaker. He was known for his ministry throughout North America, Europe and the Caribbean and met with many world leaders of the day including Pope Pius VII, Czar Alexander I, and the Kings of Spain and Prussia.
 ​A newcomer at Quaker Meeting whispered to Friend sitting nearby: "When does the service begin?" 

The Friend answered:"When meeting for worship is over."