As Quakers, more formally called Members of the Society of Friends or simply, Friends, we seek the inner light which directs our lives.  Our faith in the Truth within each person challenges us to reconcile our inner reflections with lives that manifest the simplicity, peace, integrity, community, equality, and stewardship testimonies.

The belief in the Divine within each person and the interconnected nature of all things leads Friends to a deep conviction that the world’s problems can be resolved in peaceful ways.

This page has information about Quaker faith, our history in Switzerland, the social projects we support, and our events.

Groups are meeting in-person but may continue to meet virtually as well. Please contact us if you would like a link to join meeting for worship with a local group.

Quakers worldwide are meeting in-person and virtually. Here is a link to see how to join those meetings. For videos about Quaker meeting click here.

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Geneva Group's Social Action Conversation on Migration


Please join us for an online Social Action Conversation on Migration at 19h00 on Tues 12 Sept.

Patrick Taran will lead us in exploring the situation and complexity of issues relating to migration in Europe and around the world.  His introductory overview will refer to the long history of Quaker migrations and mention contemporary contentions among Quaker views.

We'll meet in the usual GMM Zoom room.  Contact if you need the link

Patrick is a member of GMM and President of Global Migration Policy Associates. Formerly he was Senior Migration Specialist at ILO, Secretary for Migration at the World Council of Churches, and earlier, co-founder-director of the Chilean Refugee Resettlement Program in Seattle (supported by University Friends Meeting).

Quaker statements on the war in Ukraine


Peace is a pillar Quaker testimony.  Swiss Quakers join Friends worldwide in calling for peace and alternatives to violence.

Statements from the American Friends Service Committee here and from British Quakers here.

Renewing Europe after the Pandemic


QCEA calls on institutions, national governments, and local authorities responsible for launching Europe's recovery from COVID-19.

European Quakers call on rebuild a better Europe by:

  • Ensuring livelihood security.
  • Building inclusive communities.
  • Fostering a world which is sustainable and without conflict.

Texte ici.

Un Renouveau pour l'Europe après la pandémie

 texte disponible ici.

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