Quakers in Scotland have joined with civic society organisations in calling on the First Minister to discuss how Scotland can lead a radical response to the double crises of climate change and Coro
Friends from 72 households - perhaps 100 in total - met by Zoom for All-age worship on 5 April 2020.
Due to Covid-19, Meetings for Worship in Scotland may not be meeting in person. Some meetings are making alternative arrangements online.
In November 2021, the United Kingdom will host the Conference of the Parties (COP26) United Nations Climate Change Summit in Glasgow.
Nuala Watt is a Member of Glasgow Meeting.
On Tuesday 1 October, Alastair Cameron, clerk of South East Scotland Area Meeting, led the Scottish Parliament in "Time for Reflection".
Central Edinburgh Quakers are asking MSPs to take urgent action on climate change.
For the 31st year, Quakers will turn the Edinburgh Quaker Meeting House in Victoria Terrace into Fringe Venue 40, offering shows, workshops and a café, and raising money for charity.
Quakers challenge the practice of using public money to support arms manufacturers, even if that money is targeted at secondary areas such as training and development.
Quakers in Scotland are welcoming a change in the law to move Scotland to become a more non-violent nation.