KidsQuake - A Quaker Youth Outreach Project
This site is dedicated to children everywhere who are learning about Quakerism. The content presents a simplified explanation of The Religious Society of Friends, their beliefs, traditions, and history. Parents are encouraged to visit this site with their children. Teachers are welcome to download and print materials for use in their classes.
Can you solve these word puzlers?

Can you solve three Quaker word puzzles?

Solve these word puzzles and find out a little about Quakers.

Download the printable PDF.

Meet Famous Quakers

Random Triva, Jokes & Sayings


Mary Fisher

​Mary Fisher (?-?) was one of the Valiant 60. She had been a servant. She was jailed and beaten in England for her beliefs. She traveled to Barbados and then New England with another Quaker Ann Austin. They were imprisoned there for five weeks for preaching and giving away literature about their beliefs. She also traveled mostly on her own to give Christian ministry to the Moslem sultan of Turkey. This was a very dangerous trip, but she returned safely.
 ​The Religious Society of Friends has been called Children of The Light, Publishers of The Truth and The Religious Society of Friends Seeking The Truth.

We got the name Quaker from a judge who was making fun of Friends because they sometimes trembled when they gave ministry. The name came to mean quaking when filled with the Spirit of God.

We are sometimes just called Friends.