MFW

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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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It's a meeting for worship and people are sitting quietly, then when the couple feel ready, they stand and they make their promises to each other and they sign the register.
It's Meeting for Worship, a weekly gathering time at most Quaker schools, set aside for silent reflection, sharing of thoughts, community building, spiritual exploration, and the furtherance of Quaker values like integrity, equality, and peace.
Early in the fourth century, the Roman Emperor Diocletian issued an edict barring Christians from meeting for worship. Christian scriptures were ordered destroyed, and all citizens of the empire were compelled to sacrifice to traditional Pagan gods.
meeting for worship in bonding members of the community for collective
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.
A Quaker meeting for worship will be held at West Road Crematorium on Tuesday 21st July at 12.30pm.
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.