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3 edition of The Monthly Meeting of Friends, called by some the Free Quakers, (distinguishing us from those of our brethren who have disowned us.) found in the catalog.

The Monthly Meeting of Friends, called by some the Free Quakers, (distinguishing us from those of our brethren who have disowned us.)

The Monthly Meeting of Friends, called by some the Free Quakers, (distinguishing us from those of our brethren who have disowned us.)

Held at Philadelphia, the fourth day of the 6th month, 1781. To our friends and brethren in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and elsewhere

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Published by Printed by Francis Bailey in [Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Society of Free Quakers,
  • Society of Friends -- Pennsylvania

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 17163
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15507484M

    Monthly meetings are the basic unit of worship in the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), usually equivalent organizationally to a single church congregation in Protestant denominations. Monthly meetings are charged with the bulk of pastoral care of their associated congregants. Quaker organizational structure is complicated and varies from place to place, but in many cases, Monthly. Quakers (known formally as the Religious Society of Friends) are a small denomination founded by George Fox in England in the 17th century. Friends place special emphasis on the direct ongoing access that they believe all people have to God within the heart. Over the past years, Friends have developed some unique ways of attending to this divine voice in worship and in group decision-making.

    Some Free Quakers returned to their meetings, others joined the Episcopal, Methodist or Presbyterian churches, and some drifted away from organized religion altogether, but a stalwart group continued to meet for worship and business. Membership even grew and the small Society took its place alongside other established religious organizations.   Sandwich Monthly consists of three very old preparative meetings, since the s–East Sandwich, West Falmouth and Yarmouth. Their website describes them as “the oldest, continually organized, monthly meeting of the Religious Society of Friends – Quakers – in the United States.”.

    Free Quakers: In some Quaker supporters of the Revolution, following their disownment, established an independent body called the Free Quakers. One of them, Samuel Wetherill ( - ), a Quaker minister, insisted that an individual Quaker could interpret truth in his own way and thus reject the peace testimony. Other vitals were maintained by the monthly meeting of which the deceased were members, and may exclude members of other meetings or non-Quakers. 19 th century meeting membership registers have not been included in this listing, but researchers may occasionally find burial information therein. Eastern Ground (also called Arch Street).


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Appendix 1: An Address of the People Called Quakers, Who Have Been Disowned for Matters Religious or Civil. Appendix 2: The Monthly Meeting of Friends, called by some THE FREE QUAKERS, (Distinguishing us from those of our Brethren who have disowned us.) Held at Philadelphia, the 4th day of the 6th month, The Monthly Meeting of Friends, called by some the Free Quakers, (distinguishing us from those of our brethren who have disowned us.): Held at Philadelphia, the fourth day of the 6th month, To our friends and brethren in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and elsewhere.

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