Quakers today are part of a world family of Friends, in which there is a rich variety of experience. Some Friends make joyful use use of song and Bible study; for others silent waiting on God is the basis of worship, from which spoken ministry may come. Quaker meetings in the Pendle Hill Area meet together in silent worship, a shared activity, a seeking of connection, with their inner selves, with each other and with their deepest truth.
Many religious groups have have creeds. Quaker faith springs from a deeply held belief in living our lives according to our spiritual experience. For Quakers faith is about the whole of life.They seek, in their own lives and with others to build a fairer, more truthful and more peaceful world. In Quaker communities, people of different views and experiences find themselves accepted and valued.