Ymddiheuriadau nad oes cynnwys Cymraeg ar y wefan ar hyn o bryd. Rydym yn gweithio ar ddatblygu cynnwys dwyieithog
Everyone is welcome to come to a Quaker Meeting. We do not have required beliefs, but let everyone grow in their spiritual experience. We sit in shared silence from which our words and inspirations arise. What you bring, whatever your past, it is a unique gift and is special. We are all seekers on the path of spiritual growth. We all learn from the life experience and spiritual insights of others. What might you discover? What might the discipline of silent communion bring?
Our radical tradition is based on the unique practice of communal silent waiting which is similar to meditation, with many of the same benefits, but which is a spiritual pathway of finding that deep calm centre into which the inner light can shine, transforming our lives and guiding what we do.
Some Quakers are deeply Christian, but others are non-theist, universalist, humanist, or from other faith backgrounds.
Quakers have no hierarchy, priests, ministers or executives. Instead, Friends are invited to fill roles in Meetings, usually for three years at a time, as service to the Quaker community and beyond. Quakers never vote but come together to discern the way forward and to guide our role holders.
South Wales Area Meeting brings together thirteen local Quaker Meetings and two smaller groups across South Wales. It supports the community of Friends who gather locally, regionally and online for spiritual enrichment. Area Meeting also conducts many of the business affairs of this wider Quaker community.
Are you on the Quaker path without realising it?
Image in banner shows a shallow bowl of water, with 8 sided stars with doves drawn on them, floating on the surface. From an all age Epilogue event.