Jill Segger is a writer and an active member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). She has a particular interest in how spirituality influences our social and political choices. Jill began contributing to the work of Ekklesia in March 2009, and became an associate director in 2010. She is also a composer.
This book will speak not just to people who consider themselves 'religious', but to many who do not; to Quakers and to those of different traditions - Christian and otherwise - who are searching for connectedness and humility in a world of increasing division and hubris. - Simon Barrow, Director of EkklesiaIt is in her poems' interplay with her prose that Jill Segger shows the power of words to speak truth. Her prose is personal, political and passionate. - Rachel Mann, writing in the Foreword