"Committee work is a richly satisfying way to put Quaker principles and beliefs into practice. The work of all committees is conducted in the spirit of worship. Most Friends experience, too, a profoundly rewarding sense that they are helping to perpetuate and renew a fundamental tradition of Quakerism. At the same time, serving on a committee is for many the best way to come to know others in the Meeting and to form meaningful new friendships. Newcomers learn much from old-timers; old-timers find new sources of vitality and hope for the future of Quakerism from their close contact with newcomers to the Meeting."
--Blue Book of Brooklyn Meeting Committee Responsibilities, 2009
More information on our committees and their work can be found by exploring the child links to this page and by referring to our committee handbook.