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The Jewels of Quakerism Project: All Weekly Surveys, Responses, and Videos

Posted on 8th mo. 5, 2009 at 9:30am 8 Comments

The Jewels of Quakerism Project is a four-fold endeavor undertaken by Callid and Kristina Keefe-Perry.





First. the Jewels of Quakerism is the name of a course taught for six weeks during the Summer of 2009 at the Pendle Hill Quaker Retreat Center in Wallingford, PA. That class will focus on another "Jewel" each week, showcasing the Keefe-Perry's understanding of what makes Quakerism particular and powerful. The Pendle Hill description of their class can… Continue

Class One Videos Available

Posted on 6th mo. 29, 2009 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

First is a vid on the History and Context of The Religious Society of Friends













Then another one addressing the origins of the Silent Meeting for…
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Jewels of Quakerism Week 2 Survey Open

Posted on 6th mo. 28, 2009 at 10:52pm 0 Comments

We are thrilled by the response to last week's queries, for our first class in the Jewels of Quakerism Series. So many of you took time and put much thought and heart into answering the questions and sharing your voice in this conversation. Thanks so much for that!



If you are interested in seeing the responses from last week, you can go… Continue

Quakerism Course Survey 1

Posted on 6th mo. 23, 2009 at 12:38am 2 Comments

Week One's survey is already up and can be found here.

The Jewels of Quakerism Weekly Survey

Posted on 6th mo. 23, 2009 at 12:30am 0 Comments

Friends,



This summer, Kristina and I are teaching a course in Quakerism at Pendle Hill. The majority of those in attendance will be young adults that are part of the Young Adult Leadership Development Program (YALD), plus some other students and staff people. Along with the usual exploration of various aspects of our faith and practice as a Religious Society - we have an emphasis on discovering together how we talk about our experiences. We'll turn, of course, to Early Friends for… Continue

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thank you for adding me... it was your youtube page that brought me here. Your videos have been so insightful and hopeful for me, thank you!! L
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Did you really just join? It's about time. Good to see you here. You know, you can cut and paste the Youtube embed code into QuakerQuaker videos to easily repost them here--very useful. What's up with you these days?
 
 
 

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