(Often referred to as a Business Meeting) A special type of Meeting for Worship used to make decisions: from how Quakers spend our money, to adopting a Concern. Any Quaker can attend these meetings and take part in decision making. The meeting will be facilitated by a Clerk, who will introduce items of business to be discussed, and allow questions to be asked. Members of the meeting sit silently in worship, reflecting on the matter in hand and try to Discern the way forward. Read more about Quaker structures.
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