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Newsletter Twice monthly site and general Quaker news Edited by Bill Samuel, Webservant, QuakerInfo.com
Come Pray - A review of Come Pray: A Guide to Deeper Personal & Corporate Prayer by Mary Glenn Hadley, Friends United Press, 2001. Your Webservant reviews a recent book which provides both an understanding of various types of prayer, and very practical ways to develop the prayer lives of both individuals and faith communities. Why was I moved to tears when reading this book?
Yearly Meeting Epistles - 2002 - How is the Spirit moving at yearly meeting sessions and other major Quaker gatherings this year? I have started this page to provide a place from which people can locate epistles and messages from major gatherings of Friends. Your help in locating more of these would be appreciated.
Forum - A place for people to dialogue. Ask questions about Quakerism. Raise issues for people to share about. This is the interactive part of the site. Join in the dialogue!
Many Voices Make a Better Site
This is a sparetime activity of your Webservant. I have written many things over the years which appear on the site. In the future, I hope most of the new material will be from others. There are already several pieces by others at the site. I have two pieces in hand from others which will be multi-part articles I hope will be up soon. Others are welcome to contribute. Is there some particular Quaker subject which you know a lot about or would like to research that you could provide an article about? Do you read Quaker books? We can always use book reviews. Have you attended a Quaker gathering which you find stimulating? Write a report on it. Email the Webservant with what you have to offer.
Friends United Meeting, the largest of the several branches of Friends, celebrates its centenary with Triennial sessions in Nairobi, Kenya, the country which today has the largest number of Quakers. Friends United Meeting, July 30, 2002