Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, 2003.
0875743668 / 9780875743660
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 366
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In this passionate pamphlet, Martin addresses the renewal of Quaker worship in our meetings, to welcome the living power and presence of God. She discusses how to worship and how a few "kindled" individuals can help the entire meeting for worship to reach a deeper openness to God's presence and
Show Morecommunion with each other. Some will hold the whole meeting in prayer, as all worshippers join in stilling their minds, emptying of self, and waiting on the Lord. She discusses how meetings can nurture the development of Friends heeding the call to become kindled spirits in service to their meetings.
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