4 edition of Rules of discipline of Indiana Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. found in the catalog.
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It is the outward acknowledgement of an inward growth of commitment or belonging to the Religious Society of Friends. The area meeting will be mindful of the need for simple, open and inclusive processes, involving the potential member, whatever their age, throughout. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. Be Ye Therefore Perfect: Anti-Slavery and the Origins ofthe Yearly Meeting ofProgressive Friends in Chester County, Pennsylvania Christopher Densmore* Introduction The 1 and later editions of the Rules ofDiscipline of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends included .
The Religious Society of Friends is a member of the World Council of Churches. The Friends World Committee for Consultation is valuable to the international community of Friends, and the organization of the Wider Quaker Fellowship offers to non-Quakers, in sympathy with the Quaker spirit, a chance to aid in the work of the Friends. Friends' Almanac, , Friends Book Assoc. (H). Several issues of The Friends Intelligencer, Historic Sites in the Society of Friends, by Henry W. Wilbur, Friends' General Conference Advancement Committee. The Home As a Social Factor, Balt. Yearly Meeting Committee on Philanthropic Labor,
^ For a more complete description of American Quaker doctrine, beliefs, and values, see "The Discipline of the Yearly Meeting of Friends held in Baltimore," , in Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends: Minutes, . Yearly Meeting of Congregational Friends (Waterloo, N.Y.): Progressive Friends in the Scipio, Farmington and Michigan Quarterly Meetings separated in from Genesee Yearly Meeting: Waterloo Yearly Meeting of opened in under the Basis of Religious Association (). It was composed of the former Junius Monthly Meeting and other Friends.
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Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox: ) Rules of discipline of Indiana Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Richmond, Ind.: M. Cullaton, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox: ) OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index.
Description. A Book of Discipline, issued by the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, setting out what it means to be a Quaker in that year.
These publications present information that is agreed on by seeking unity among members of the authoring yearly : Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.
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This is a pre historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Society of Friends, Indiana Yearly Meeting. Author division.
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likes 4 talking about this 1 was here. Indiana Yearly Meeting is a group of 49 Churches in Indiana, Followers: Quakers, also called Friends, are a historically Christian denomination whose formal name is the Religious Society of Friends or Friends Church.
Members of the various Quaker movements are all generally united by their belief in the ability of each human being to experientially access the light within, or "that of God in every one".Classification: Protestant.
Indiana Yearly Meeting is a Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, or Quakers. Indiana Yearly Meeting was established in and originally included all Friends west of the Scioto River, in Ohio, and Friends in Indiana and Illinois.
The Yearly Meeting met for most of its history in Richmond, Indiana. This small collection consists of a single handwritten volume, pages with an index, of the Rules of Discipline of the yearly meeting of Friends held in Philadelphia, ca. The book illuminates Quaker social and religious thought on such subjects as the African slave trade, Negroes, women, war, marriage, schools, and taverns.
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The Indiana Presbyterian (United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.) Genealogy Gophers. The book of discipline of the Religious Society of Friends ; Christian practice, business procedure: adopted by Philadelphia Yearly Meeting held at Fifteenth and Race Streets Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Quaker beliefs and practices.
the Friends United Meeting includes the beliefs in: True religion as a personal encounter with God, rather than ritual and ceremony.
Some of the Yearly Meetings publish a. Rules of Discipline of the Yearly Meeting of Friends Held in Philadelphia, - This will show fairly typical content of books of discipline of a couple of centuries ago. At that time, such books did not differ among yearly meetings nearly as much as they do today.
Indiana Yearly Meeting established a boarding school in that became Earlham College in The Earlham School of Religion was founded in to train leaders for Friends’ Meetings.
Friends and the Issue of Slavery. No history of Indiana Yearly Meeting is complete without attention to Friends involvement in efforts to end slavery. Rules of discipline of the Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends Printed volume BXI6 Fort Wayne, Ind.: Gazette company, Correction slips mounted on some pages.
Rules of discipline of Indiana Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends Printed volume BXI6 Richmond, Ind.: M. Cullaton, Abstract: During the 19th century, the Religious Society of Friends, or Quakers, were among the religious groups of the time who made sure to “take care of their own,” by ensuring that sick, dependent, or disabled members of their congregations who came to.
(b) Applicants admitted on provisional license or business counsel license are subject to, and shall comply with, the Indiana Rules For Admission to the Bar and the Discipline of Attorneys, the Rules of Professional Conduct, and all other requirements of statute and Supreme Court Rules.
Section 6. During the rd session of Indiana Yearly Meeting, held at Pendleton, Indiana, a concern was expressed by Barret Hollister that a history of Indiana Yearly Meeting be written and published. The concern was approv-ed and stated that Seth E.
SUGGESTED REVISION OF THE RULES OF DISCIPLINE AND ADVICES OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS Presented for consideration by the Revision Committee of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, appointedco-operating with the Uniform Discipline Committee, appointedby Friends’ General Conference.
This book is offered as the text for a Uniform. Southeastern Yearly Meeting of Religious Society of Friends (SEYM), Winter Park, Florida.
likes. Home page offers links and info; Peace and Social Concerns pages are Followers: RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS (QUAKERS) GENEALOGICAL & HISTORICAL RECORDS "The Society of Friends is a religious community.
Itexists in order to worship God and to witness those insights (whether on issues of peace, race relations, social justice, or whatever else) which it has found through its experience ofcorporate search. The Discipline contains the official expressions of the doctrines and procedures of Iowa Yearly Meeting of Friends.
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Almost every yearly meeting of Friends in the world today has a book of faith and practice. As friends around the world today are diverse, you will find considerable diversity in .Thomas Hamm is professor of history and director of special collections at Earlham College.
A lifelong member of First Friends Meeting in New Castle, Indiana, he has served as recording clerk and a member of the executive committee of Indiana Yearly Meeting, and was co-clerk of the Reconfiguration Task Force of Indiana Yearly Meeting.