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Faith and Practice

Pacific Yearly Meeting

of the

Religious Society of Friends

a guide to quaker discipline in the experience of pacific yearly meeting of the religious society of friends.
published 2001



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vi: activities and organization of the yearly meeting

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The Yearly Meeting as an Organization

preface
pym in context
quaker faith & spiritual practice
testimony & experience of friends
organization of the society
procedures
activities & organization of the YM
glossary
bibligraphy
appendices
sources of quotations
index of sources
subject index

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yearly meeting committees

liaisons and their work

 The Ministry and Oversight Committee may also appoint Liaisons to participate in the work of subcommittees and other Yearly Meeting committees. Liaisons should have regular contact with their committees, facilitating communication in both directions. They should attend meetings of the committees when possible, report regularly, and bring relevant issues to Ministry and Oversight Committee meetings for consideration. Ministry and Oversight Committee liaison relationships include:

the yearly meeting as an organization
Discipline Committee/Faith and Practice Revision Committee
Two persons to advise and consult with the Statistical Clerk
Junior Yearly Meeting Committee
Young Friends
Children’s Program Committee