We find it vital to worship together in gathered Meetings. This we do by assembling in silence and waiting for the moving of God’s Spirit, which sometimes leads one or another to speak or sing or pray.
We also try to keep our individual lives in harmony with our faith, and to encourage each other in doing so. At times this means going against the grain of the surrounding culture: embracing simplicity instead of consumerism, peace instead of militarism, inclusion and dialogue rather than exclusion and discrimination.
Here is the most recent version of the Faith and Practice Handbook: