Category Archives: Valuing Quaker processes

Valuing our Quaker heritage

Quakers have a rich tradition of over 350 years. How do we work, live, and worship together? We are a group that identifies all of life as worship. We have no ordained clergy, depending on each other for pastoral care, … Continue reading

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Meetings for Worship with attention to Quaker Business

How do Quakers make decisions about their collective lives? If these decisions are all made communally, how do they ever get anything done? What’s the process? Is it consensus? What happens when there is disagreement?

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Clearness Meetings

What is available to support an individual Friend at a stuck point in their journey, or facing a major decision? Clearness meetings were developed in the early history of Friends. Their initial purpose was assisting individuals make a decision about … Continue reading

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