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Welcome to [community profile] quakerism. This is a brand-new community, so there's not a whole lot going on yet. Please feel free to introduce yourself.

I'm Annalee, and I started this community because I love Dreamwidth, and I love Quakers, and they seem like two great tastes that would taste great together. A liberal unprogrammed Friend, I attend Meeting near Washington, DC. I'm Christian, occasionally plain-dressed, and active in the Young Adult Friends community of Baltimore Yearly Meeting. I have a particular interest in early Quaker history, and in practices related to Meeting for Worship with a Concern For Business. Through the World Gathering of Young Friends and other experiences, I have been blessed with opportunities to share fellowship and worship with Friends from many different Quaker traditions. This has led me to develop a particular concern for trying to bring Friends from various branches of Quakerism together.

Community Info:

This is a place for Friends and friends (that is to say, Quakers and people interested in Quakerism) to discuss the Quaker faith and modern Quaker living. All topics related to Quakerism are welcome here, including Quaker history, testimonies, traditions, beliefs, practices, and modern Quaker living.

We welcome Friends of all traditions, including unprogrammed, programmed, liberal, conservative, conservative and liberal in the Quaker as opposed to the political sense, Christian, Universalist, evangelical, not evangelical, etc. We also welcome all experience levels, whether you've been a Quaker all your life or just heard of us today. Non-quakers with an interest in the discussion are welcome as well.

In keeping with Dreamwidth's diversity statement, we welcome everyone here. We acknowledge the worth and dignity of all people.

Guidelines for Participation:

Once there are actually people around to participate, I will start a discussion to develop our community policies. In the meantime, I trust that people can conduct themselves in the manner of Friends, with respect, kindness, and a concern for cultivating a vibrant, diverse community.

Anyone with questions, comments, recommendations or concerns should feel free to contact me.
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