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  1. History Of The Religious Society Of Friends V2: From Its Rise To The Year 1828 by Samuel M. Janney, 2007-07-25
  2. History of the religious Society of Friends, called by some the Free Quakers, in the city of Philadelphia by Charles Wetherill, 2010-08-02
  3. An examination of the causes which led to the separation of the Religious Society of Friends in America, in l827-28 by Samuel M. 1801-1880 Janney, 2010-09-08
  4. Biographical Sketches And Anecdotes Of Members Of The Religious Society Of Friends by Religious Society Of Friends, 2007-07-25
  5. History of the Religious Society of Friends, from Its Rise to the Year 1828 by Anonymous, 2010-03-09
  6. The Friend's Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises and Other Writings of Members of the Religious Society of Friends, Volume 11 by Thomas Evans, William Evans, 2010-02-16
  7. Some Account of the Conduct of the Religious Society of Friends Towards the Indian Tribes: In the Settlement of the Colonies of East and West Jersey and ... the Civilization and Christian Instruction O
  8. A Letter To John Wilkinson: On Some Statement Contained In His Letter Of Resignation Of Membership In The Religious Society Of Friends (1836) by Samuel Tuke, 2010-09-10
  9. Views of Christian doctrine held by the Religious Society of Friends, being passages taken from Barclay's Apology by Robert Barclay, 2010-09-08
  10. Summary of Christian Doctrines as Held by the Religious Society of Friends by Samuel Mcpherson Janney, 2010-07-24
  11. The Appeal of the Religious Society of Friends in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Etc: To Their by Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, 2009-08-20
  12. Biographical sketches and anecdotes of members of the religious society of Friends by Anonymous, 2010-09-07
  13. The Unlawfulness of All Wars and Fightings Under the Gospel: Given Forth by the Religious Society of Friends at Their Yearly Meeting Held in London, 1841 by London Yearly Meeting, 2010-05-25
  14. An Address of the Representatives of the Religious Society of Friends, for Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, to their Fellow-Citizens, on the Use of Intoxicating Drinks [caption title]. by [Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox)]., 1879

1. Quakers In Britain - HomePage
This is the Home page of Britain Yearly Meeting (BYM) the organisation representingthe religious society of friends (Quakers) in Great Britain.
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Quakers in Britain
This is the homepage of the Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (or Quakers) in Britain. To find out about Quakers and what they believe in and do, use the About Quakerism tab above. The site is aiming to achieve AAA accessibilty status. Please report any accessibilty problems to Nik Dadson
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2. Qweb
Information about Friends (Quakers) in Australia, including publications and contacts.
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Quaker Meetings are a spiritual community where individuals who are seeking to deepen their experience of the spirit can find a source of strength, enlightenment and love. Meetings are also committed to expressing 'Faith in action', where those who have deep concerns about the world can find support and sustenance in working towards improvements. Our official name is 'The Religious Society of Friends', and we call each other 'Friends' Guidelines for living the Quaker way are included in Quaker Advices and Queries Quakers and peace Quaker testimonies ... Public Statements Backhousia citriodora, named for 19th century Quaker James Backhouse, who walked much of Australia, and named many plant species
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Quakers in 21st Century Business, Finding Clarity and Leading Conference at Woodbrooke 16 November 2005
Woodbrooke College, Birmingham, UK, is holding a conference for Quakers in business, and those from any background who wish to explore the dilemmas faced in business from a spritiual perspective. The Conference wil be a Meeting for Worship for the conduct of business, designed to move on from 'Good Business: Ethics at Work' (available from Friends' Bookshop for five pounds, to produce a 21st century testimony grounded in the experience of Friends in business. Cost: 30 pounds for members; 40 pounds non-members,
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3. The Religious Society Of Friends
Bills itself as the official Quaker home page. Large listing of Quaker linkson the Web, plus hosting for a number of Quaker groups.
The Religious Society of Friends
Navigating this web site: Entries are not in alphabetical order but instead age order. New entries are added to the bottom of each section. Use the search function of your browser to locate entries. Please donate to the American Friends Service Committee to help the earthquake and tsunami victims in Asia is mirrored at Summersault
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4. Canadian Yearly Meeting Of The Religious Society Of Friends (Quakers)
The religious society of friends (Quakers) is a historic peace church with Meetingsfrom Newfoundland to Vancouver Island.
Canadian Yearly Meeting
of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Go to the site Index
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5. Ulster Quaker Service Committee UQSC, Religious Society Of Friends, Quakers, Nor
religious society of friends group, providing two main services the Quaker Cottage and the Monica Barritt Visitors' Centre.
Home Monica Barritt Visitors' Centre Quaker Cottage Volunteers ... Contact Us The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) is a Christian denomination with members in Ireland in three of the four Provinces - Leinster, Munster and Ulster. In 1969, members of the Ulster Quarterly Meeting of Friends (the governing body in Ulster) established the Ulster Quaker Service Committee (U.Q.S.C.) in response to the emerging conflict in Northern Ireland. Our work receives financial support from statutory funders, Charitable Trusts, Quaker Meetings and from our charity shops, Quaker Care. We are also very grateful for donations received from individual F/friends and would welcome your support. If you require more information, would like to borrow a DVD/Video about our work, or would like to assist, please contact us R e l i g i o u s S o c i e t y o f F r i e n d s

Site set up by Ireland Yearly Meeting in commemoration of the 350th year of QuakerMeetings in Ireland. Contains information on history, faith and witness

7. Tokyo Quakers Monthly Meeting - Religious Society Of Friends
Holds Quaker meetings every Sunday and a bilingual study group every other Sunday at the Tokyo Meeting House in Minatoku. Site provides general information, photo album, and map and directions.
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8. Quakers In Florida And The Southeast: SEYM (Society Of Friends)
Southeastern Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society Friends includes unprogrammedFriends Meetings in Florida, South Georgia and South Carolina with
Southeastern Yearly Meeting
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Unprogrammed Quaker Meetings in the Southeastern USA
Affiliated with Friends General Conference (FGC) and Friends United Meeting (FUM)
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In memory of SEYM is a tax deductible 501c3 No additional SEYM administrative costs are deducted from your donation other than charge card fees. All of your gift will be used as you have directed. w/current Quaker concerns and additional links On leaving Yearly Meeting 2005 original image used as background for epistle Budget and records Meetings and Maps Click on City name Charleston ... Documents (PDF format) Beliefs Quaker Organizations During break, Ad Hoc Operational Handbook Committee Meeting watched turtle lay her eggs 2.5 blocks from office.

9. The Religious Society Of Friends
The religious society of friends. Navigating this web site Entries are not in alphabetical order but instead age order.

10. Facts About Friends
The religious society of friends is an Alternative Christianity which emphasizesthe personal experience of God in one s life.
Facts About Friends
by Ted Hoare member of Australia Yearly Meeting
Welcome to our Meeting
This leaflet provides a brief introduction to the Religious Society of Friends and we hope it will stimulate requests for further information which is available in other publications.
Our Christian Background
The origins of the Society are found in the seventeenth century in England, a time when many were questioning the established beliefs of the age. George Fox (1625-1691) did not find answers to his questions in any of the churches of his day. Out of his searching came the spiritual message which swept a large part of the country and which resulted in the formation of the Religious Society of Friends. Friends witnessed to an Alternative Christianity quite distinct from the churches of the time. As a result they were persecuted both by Cromwell's Puritan government and by the restored government of Charles II. Fox did not intend to start a new sect. He wanted to persuade the church to return to what it had been in the days of the Apostles. He proclaimed the early preaching of Peter (Acts, chapter 2 and 3) that Jesus, who had been present in the flesh, had risen from the dead and was now come in the Spirit. That Jesus acted in the hearts of his followers purifying and empowering them. Pursuing Peter's teaching, Fox called for a radical, egalitarian, spirit-filled Christianity that would not be oppressive of people on account of race, sex, or class. He maintained that the message of the early church had been lost when the church became institutionalized and believed that he, and others with him, could stand in exactly the same state as Apostles, with the same power to teach, to heal, and to prophesy that the Apostles had.

11. Quaker Café
Notes on discussions over coffee of social science related subjects by people connected with the religious society of friends (Quakers).

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13. American Friends Service Committee - Quaker Values In Action
The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a Quaker organization that includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice

14. Wilton Monthly Meeting Of The Religious Society Of Friends (Quakers)
Monthly meetings schedule, newsletters, activities and contact information.
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Welcome to Wilton Monthly Meeting
of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
Our meeting house is located at 317 New Canaan Road (Route 106) in Wilton, Connecticut . All are welcome for Meeting for Worship, which is held every Sunday at 10:00 A.M. Child care is provided. You can learn more about us by reading the minutes of our monthly Meeting for Worship with a Concern for Business, which is held on the second Sunday of every month after the rise of Meeting. Feel free also to contact us by calling 203/762-5669. Wilton Meeting has taken under its care the first Quaker School in Connecticut, the Connecticut Friends School Also under the care of the meeting is the Helen Gander Friends Nursery School. For more information please contact the director Maureen Jackson at If you are interested in more information about Quakerism and Quakers, take a look at New York Yearly Meeting's list of other Quaker resources online Please send questions or comments about this site to: Maggie Stevenson ( Newsletters Minutes State of the Meeting Committees ... Update Mailing List
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15. RootsWeb: Genealogy Mailing Lists: CAN-ONT-QUAKERS
For anyone researching their Quaker or religious society of friends ancestors in Ontario, Canada.
Topic: A mailing list for anyone researching their Quaker or Religious Society of Friends ancestors in Ontario, Canada. For questions about this list, contact the list administrator at

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The religious society of friends is near the opposite end of the religious spectrum.They rely heavily upon spiritual searching by individual members,
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Most faith groups have specific beliefs that their membership is expected to follow. Sometimes, as in the case of the Roman Catholic church, these requirements are numerous. The Religious Society of Friends is near the opposite end of the religious spectrum. They rely heavily upon spiritual searching by individual members, individual congregations and meetings (regional assemblies). This makes the Quakers difficult to describe in a short essay. We attempt here to portray mainstream Quaker practice. Some Quaker meetings at the liberal and evangelical ends of the spectrum differ significantly from what is covered below.
European history:
The movement was founded in England by George Fox (1624-1691), a nonconformist religious reformer. At the age of 19, he left home on a four year search, seeking answers to questions which had troubled him since his childhood. He sought guidance from a variety of the country's spiritual leaders. He gradually became disillusioned with those leaders and with the existing Christian denominations. At the age of 23, he heard a voice, saying "there is one, even Christ Jesus, who can speak to thy condition"

18. Friends Media Project- Faithful Witness
This site supports spirit lead creative work in mass media (video, film, radio, Internet) about, for or by Quakers, The religious society of friends.
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19. Friends General Conference Quakers In The Unprogrammed Tradition
of the religious society of friends (Quaker) WELCOME TO QUAKERISM SUMMER GATHERING BOOKSTORE. What is FGC?

20. Information On Quakerism - Online Resources On The Religious Society Of Friends
Articles, news and other resources related to the religious society of friends (Quakers).
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