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The Quaker Service Exhibition commemorates the service of members of the Society of Friends (Quakers) and others who were members of the Friends Ambulance Unit and Friends Relief Service during and after the First and Second World Wars.
Quakers went in front on 31 minutes when Cartman found Chris Hunter on the right, and he crossed into the middle.
His 1671 trip to Barbados, where a number of Quakers had settled, further sharpened his ideas about slavery.
The early Quakers worshipped without a set liturgy or prearrangement of any kind, and without any appointed minister, believing that God would use any one of the worshippers, man or woman, as minister.
Quakers were there at the town's birth and are still very much relevant in the present day.
UXBRIDGE - The brush had grown so thick around the old Quaker Meeting House in South Uxbridge by the 1950s that many townspeople didn't realize the brick structure, for all intents abandoned, was even there.
The belief in 'the Light within' has led Quakers to work for peace, prison reform, humane care for the mentally ill, civil rights, and economic justice around the world.
Graves seeks to answer three basic questions: (1) why did Quakers rely on impromptu preaching in the seventeenth century?
While readers unfamiliar with the struggles of the early Quakers may find Part I illuminating, those with more background knowledge will find few new insights here.
The event has been organised by Coventry Quakers as part of the first ever National Quaker Week, from September 22 to 30.
A group spokesman said: "This is a rare opportunity to discover the truth about Quakers and their fascinating history.
The numbers are impressive: of nearly four thousand Quaker texts published between 1650 and 1699, 220 were solely or mainly authored by women, and one-fifth of all women publishing in seventeenth-century England were Quakers when women authors overall amounted to only one percent of the total.