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Pacific Yearly Meeting

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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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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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Barclay, Robert: An Apology for the True Christian Divinity, London, 1840, Prop XI, p. 357

Bean, Joel: Quakerism and Bible Schools: An Essay (read at the Annual Meeting of Friends’ First-Day School Association, Philadelphia), 1880

Bishop, Muriel: From a keynote address at Friends for Lesbian and Gay Concerns Midwinter Gathering, Philadelphia, PA, February 1990

Boyd, David: We have a hole to fill, The Friend, 153, 1994, p. 1564

Braithwaite,William C.: The Beginnings of Quakerism, Henry Cadbury, ed., York, England,William Sessions Limited, 1981, pp. 312-13 & 314— ;ibid.; p. 275— ;The Second Period of Quakerism, 1979, p. 377

Bright, John: Friends Committee to Abolish Capital Punishment, London Yearly Meeting, 1868

Brinton, Howard H.: Friends for 300 Years, Pendle Hill, 1976— ; ibid.; pp. 106 & 109

Brown, Judith: God’s Spirit in Nature, Pendle Hill Pamphlet no. 336, p. 5

Browne, Jr., Gordon M.: The Future of Quakerism, address for 300th anniversary of Middletown Monthly Meeting, PA, 1986

Cooper,Wilmer: Testimony of Integrity, Pendle Hill Pamphlet no. 286, 1991, p. 11

Dearborn, Elizabeth: sermon Seized by the Power of A Great Affection, 29 October 2000

Dewsbury,William: Quaker, 1952, p. 12

Duveneck, Josephine Whitney: Quest (Five) Personal religious thought, William Kaufmann, Inc., Los Altos, CA, p. 5

Fell, Margaret: A General Epistle to Friends, 1658 in Friends House Library, London, Spence mss. 3/10 — from An Epistle to Friends by Margaret Fell, 1654 in Friends House Library, London, Box C4/2, p. 43

Foster, Ellie: The Spiritual Basis of Friends Meeting for Business, Workshop on Clerking, Upland, CA, April 1986

Fox, George: Journal, John Nickalls, ed., London Yearly Meeting, 1975, p. 11 — ; ibid.; pp. 12 & 19 — ; ibid.; p. 33 — ; ibid.; p. 263 — ; ibid.; p. 65 — ; ibid.; pp. 399, 400

Fox, George, Journal, 1694, Rufus Jones, ed., Friends United Press, 1976

Griswold, Robert: Reflections on Membership, p. 2

Hicks, Elias: from To William B. Irish, Letters of Elias Hicks, 1st month 15th 1820, I. T. Hopper, New York, 1834, p. 57

Hole, Francis and Shacter, Ellie: A Little Journal of Devotions out of Quaker Worship: An Experiment with 104 entries across Two Thousand Miles, First printed in 1995 by The Friends Press and reprinted by Quaker Press of FGC, 2001, no. 6, — ; ibid.; no. 75

Kelly, Thomas R.: A Testament of Devotion, Harper, New York, 1941, p. 29 — ; ibid.; p. 110 — ; ibid.; 115 & 116

Jay, Lanny: Friends Bulletin, January 2000

Jones, Rufus: The Luminous Trail, New York, 1947, pp. 163-4. The Faith and Practice of the Quakers, London, 1949, p. 47 — ; ibid.; pp. 164 & 165

Loring, Patricia: Listening Spirituality: Corporate Spiritual Practice Among Friends, Vol. 2

Mack, Phyllis: Visionary Women, Ecstatic Prophecy in the Seventeenth-Century England, Berkeley, 1992, p. 213-14

Moir, Heather C.: Letter to Friends Journal, June 1992, p. 4

Morley, Barry: Beyond Consensus: Salvaging Sense of the Meeting, Pendle Hill Pamphlet no. 307, 1993, p. 24

Palmer, Parker: A Place Called Community, Pendle Hill Pamphlet 212, 1977, p. 27

Peers, Jane: Friends Bulletin, April, 1996 p. 117

Penington, Isaac: The Works of Isaac Penington (4 vols.), Glenside, PA, 1995, From The Testimony of Thomas Ellwood, Vol. I, pp 8, 9, 10 — ; ibid.; Vol. II, pp. 157 & 153 — ; ibid.; Vol. I p. 386 — Devotional Classics, Richard J. Foster and James Bryan Smith, eds. , p. 238

Penn,William: No Cross No Crown, Chapter 5, Sec. 12 — Some Fruits of Solitude, Maxims 519, 507, [BrYM 19.28] — ; ibid.; no. 511 — ; ibid.; “Education

Punshon, John: Encounter with Silence: Reflections from the Quaker Tradition, Friends United Press, Richmond, IN, 1987, pp. 22-3 — ; ibid.; p. 86

Renfer, Linda Hill, ed.: Daily Readings: From Quaker Writings Ancient & Modern, Grants Pass, OR, 1988, p. 231 — ; ibid.; p. 172

Stephen, Caroline: Excerpted in Quaker Spirituality: Selected Writings, Douglas Steere, ed., 1984, p. 254 — ; Quaker Strongholds: Passages selected by Mary Gould Ogilvie, Pendle Hill Pamphlet no. 59, 1951, pp. 5-6 — ; Light Arising: Thoughts on the Central Radiance, The John C.Winston Co., Philadelphia, 1906, pp. 66-67

Stanfield, David O.: A Handbook for the Presiding Clerk, North Carolina Yearly Meeting, p. 1 Steere, Douglas: Quaker Spirituality: Selected Writings, New Jersey, 1984, p. 254

Sturge, Roger: quotes Bristol & Frenchay Monthly Meeting, The Friend, 4 September 1998

Sykes, Marjorie: from Friends and World Religions Study Booklet:“ Sharing our Faith,” FWCC 1959 — Friendly Way quoted by M. Dart, Transcending Tradition,Woodbrooke, 1970, p. 46

Taber,William: The Prophetic Stream, Pendle Hill Pamphlet no. 256, 1984, pp. 8-9

Trevett, Christine: Women and Quakerism in the 17th Century, York, 1991, pp. 73-4

Trueblood, D. Elton: quoted in The People Called Quakers, New York, 1966, p. 86

Vining, Elizabeth Gray: Quiet Pilgrimage as quoted by Margaret Hope Bacon in“ Portrait of a Writer,” Friends Journal

Wilson, Lloyd Lee: Essays on the Quaker Vision of Gospel Order, 1993.

Woolman, John: The Journal and Essays of John Woolman, Phillips P. Moulton, ed., New York, Oxford, 1971 Journal (Part II “Some Considerations on the Keeping of Negroes”), p. 236 — ; ibid.; pp. 185-6 — ; ibid.; p. 31 — ; ibid.; p. 50 — ; ibid.; p. 110 — ; ibid.; pp. 32-3 — ; ibid.; p. 127 — ; A Plea for the Poor, p. 255 — ; ibid.; p. 95 — ; The Journal and Essays of John Woolman, A. M. Gummere, ed., 1922, p. 392

Yearly Meeting, Britain: Quaker Faith & Practice, 1995 — segment 19.28 — segment 24.60 — segment 20.62 — segment 20.13 — segment 24.02 — segment 26.77

Yearly Meeting, Iowa (Conservative): Book of Discipline, 1953

Yearly Meeting, London: Christian Faith and Practice in the Experience of the Society of Friends, London, 1959, reprinted by Friends United Press, Richmond, IN, 1973 — quotation, p. 221 — quotation, p. 70 — quotation, p. 80 — To Lima With Love: The Response from the Religious Society of Friends in Great Britain to the World Council of Churches document “Baptism, eucharist, and ministry,” London, Quaker Home Service, 1987, p. 7 — ; ibid.; pp 8-9 — ; ibid.; p. 11 — ; ibid.; p. 12 — ; ibid.; p. 16 — ; ibid.; p. 18

Yearly Meeting, Pacific: Faith and Practice of Pacific Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends: A Quaker Guide to Christian Discipline, 1985, Minutes, 1954, p. 39 [G. Fox] — quotation, p. 85 [M. Penington] — segment, p. 90 [Caroline Fox] — quotation, p. 91 [Clark, Whitall, Smith] — quotation, pp. 84-5 [Howgill] — quotation, p. 86 [Penn] — quotation, p. 93 [Hutchinson, Lonsdale, MacMurray] — proceedings, 1965 — quotation, p. 94 [Doncaster] — quotation, p. 88 [Penn] — proceedings, 1967 — quotation, p. 10 [Penn] — quotation, p. 20 [Penn] — quotation, p. 5 [Friends World Conference] — quotation, p. 11 [Iowa YM, London YM] — proceedings, 1972, p. 18 — quotation, pp. 11-12 [New England YM] — quotation, p. 91 [Graveson, Brayshaw] — Minute in 1953 [1973 F&P, p. 19] — quotation, p. 9 [Crouch] — quotation, p. 93 [Lachmund] — quotation, p. 5 [Barclay] — quotation, p. 90 [Stephen] — quotation, p. 38 [LYM] — quotation, p. 7 [Brain] — quotation, p. 39 [LYM] — quotation, p. 90 [Thomas & Emmett] — quotation, p. 54 [Mott] — quotation, p. 56 [Penn] — quotation, p. 56 [Kelly]

Yearly Meeting, Philadelphia: Book of Discipline of the Religious Society of Friends, Philadelphia, 1927, p. 31— 1961, pp. 22-24

Young, Mildred Binns: What doth the Lord require of thee?, Pendle Hill Pamphlet no. 145, 1966, p. 15