Geoffrey Durham went to his first Quaker meeting in 1994 and has been going regularly ever since. He worked as an entertainer, actor and director for thirty-five years before retiring in 2006 to work more actively for Quakers. He was one of the founders of Quaker Quest, a groundbreaking outreach project, was an editor and contributor to the Twelve Quakers series of books (republished by O-Books as New Light) and has twice been a Quaker presence on Radio 4’s Thought for the Day. He has written three introductions to Quakerism for newcomers and is a regular speaker at Quaker events.
Follow this author: