The very simple ritual of Quaker worship in Britain, as described in the Welcome page, is based on waiting and listening, to God, to your fellow worshippers and to your own promptings. . . .
The testimonies of Truth, Justice, Simplicity and Peace are about the way Quakers try to lead their lives, and attempt to put their faith into practice, often with great difficulty. . . . . . . . . .
Quakers are proud of their history of putting their faith into action. In 1651 George Fox told the Government . .
There is a lot of writing by Quakers, both printed and online. An important text is Quaker Faith and Practice . .