MFW

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AcronymDefinition
MFWMy Father's World
MFWMan for Woman
MFWMeeting for Worship (Quaker practice)
MFWMen for Women
MFWMisc Fitness Weights
MFWMigrant Farm Worker (classification)
MFWMutual Fund Wrap
MFWMichigan Fashion Week
MFWMain Feedwater
MFWMilitary Fixed Wing (various organizations)
MFWMy Face When
MFWMulti Function Workstation (military technology)
MFWMid Florida Wrestling
MFWMedia Firewall
MFWMedical Women's Federation
MFWMaximum Fuel Weight (aviation)
MFWMannell Flower Waples (Sydney, Australia. Grunge-Jazz band)
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Early in the fourth century, the Roman Emperor Diocletian issued an edict barring Christians from meeting for worship.
contemplation of the meeting for worship, is in fact a search for
History books show Methodists have been meeting for worship in Nunthorpe since 1908 when meetings took place in one of the station cottages.
Most groups of Quakers meet for regular worship; for some this is called a meeting for worship and for others it is a Friends Church service.
The meeting for worship is at the centre of Quaker life.
To our great joy on Sunday, when we finished our Quaker silent meeting for worship, we discovered a black plastic bag on the doorstep containing the two stolen banners.
The church has four wings - for youths, children, administration and choir - with members until recently meeting for worship in an 800-seat auditorium that will eventually be used as a gym and meeting area for youths.
Suchfreedom allows meeting for worship and remembrance of the Lord Jesus Christ.
At a regular Quaker meeting for worship, attendees sit silently unless they feel moved by the Spirit to speak; but a worship sharing is like a meditative discussion and personal concerns or worries that would not be shared as part of a meeting are welcome here.
Christ is come to teach his people himself," Fox said, and the silent meeting for worship, waiting for the presence of Christ and his direct teaching through words spoken or in the silence of the heart, is both a sign of the kingdom of God and a means to it.
Friends sit together in a Meeting for Worship, and speaking occurs when someone is moved of the Spirit to speak.