Workshop 17: The Quakers: Lamb and Lion Part of Building Bridges In This Section Introduction From Building Bridges A religious awakening which does not awaken the sleeper to love has roused him in vain. — Jessamyn West, novelist, in The Quaker Reader, 1962 The... Workshop-at-a-Glance From Building Bridges Activity Minutes Welcoming and Entering 0 Opening 15 Activity 1: Story — Lucretia Mott, the Brazen Infidel 30 Activity 2: Peace Testimony 30 Activity 3:... Spiritual Preparation From Building Bridges To better understand and represent the radical, calmly courageous Quakers, take time to establish a frame of mind that they strive for: open, balanced, ... Welcoming and Entering From Building Bridges Materials for Activity Computer with Internet access Preparation for Activity Display the... Opening From Building Bridges Activity time: 15 minutes Materials for Activity Chalice, candle, and lighter, or an LED/battery-operated candle Newsprint, markers, and tape Leader... Activity 1: Story - Lucretia Mott, the Brazen Infidel From Building Bridges Activity time: 30 minutes Materials for Activity Story, "Lucretia Mott, the Brazen Infidel" Handout 1, Declaration of Sentiments Writing paper and... Activity 2: Peace Testimony From Building Bridges Activity time: 30 minutes Materials for Activity Handout 2, Quaker Peace Testimonies Leader Resource 3, Panel Questions Writing pads for all participant... Activity 3: Fact Sheet From Building Bridges Activity time: 10 minutes Materials for Activity Handout 5, Quaker (Religious Society of Friends) Fact Sheet Description of Activity Youth receive a fac... Activity 4: Time Line From Building Bridges Activity time: 3 minutes Materials for Activity Religions Time Line Sticky notes and fine-point markers World map or globe Preparation for Activity Disp... Closing From Building Bridges Activity time: 2 minutes Materials for Activity Poster with closing words Chalice Taking It Home handout Preparation for Activity Reproduce handouts.... Leader Reflection and Planning From Building Bridges Review today's workshop with your co-leader. This workshop explored a small and quiet but powerful religion. Did participants engage in discussion with... Faith In Action: Quakers and the Underground Railroad From Building Bridges Materials for Activity Leader Resource 1, Map of Underground Railroad Routes Computer with Internet access Preparation for Activity Display the National... Alternate Activity 1: Engagement From Building Bridges Activity time: 90 minutes Materials for Activity Handout 4, What to Expect in Quaker Meeting Preparation for Activity Locate a Friends meeting in your... Alternate Activity 2: The Virtue of Plainness From Building Bridges Activity time: 30 minutes Materials for Activity An array of gaudy costume jewelry, for males and females Garish makeup (preferably new, for health... Taking It Home: The Quakers: Lamb and Lion From Building Bridges A religious awakening which does not awaken the sleeper to love has roused him in vain. — Jessamyn West, novelist, in The Quaker Reader, 1962 IN TODAY'S... Lucretia Mott, the Brazen Infidel Greta Anderson From Building Bridges Born in 1793, Lucretia Mott was raised a Quaker in Nantucket, Massachusetts. The faith had made inroads on that island almost a century before when Mary... Handout 1: Declaration of Sentiments From Building Bridges By Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, for the Women's Right Convention, Seneca Falls, New York, 1848.When, in the course of human events, it beco... Handout 2: Quaker Peace Testimonies From Building Bridges I. George Fox, in Declaration to King Charles II, 1660 All bloody principles and practices we utterly deny, all outward wars, and strife, and fightings... Handout 3: Child Starvation From Building Bridges Statistics from: Reference.com, UNICEF, Bread For the World, Child Trends Data Bank, Online Encyclopedia, Hunger Notes, and We Are Austin.Child Starvati... Handout 4: What to Expect in Quaker Meeting From Building Bridges From the Friends General Conference website. Accessed July 18, 2011. Used by permission.WELCOME Everyone is always welcome at a Quaker meeting for worship. Handout 5: Quaker Fact Sheet From Building Bridges Full Name: Religious Society of Friends Founded: Great Britain, 1647 Founder: George Fox Derivation of Full Name: Jesus said, "You are my friends if you... Leader Resource 1: Underground Railroad Routes Map From Building Bridges Produced by the National Park Service Cartographic Staff at Harper’s Ferry Center.Reproduce the map below as large as possible or reproduce a map for... Leader Resource 2: Quaker Background From Building Bridges George Fox was a young preacher in England in the mid 1600s, at the dawning of the Age of Enlightenment. Fox was disgusted by political maneuverings and... Leader Resource 3: Panel Questions From Building Bridges P= Peace Advocates W= Just War Advocates Panel Questions (Both) State your position on the use of violence in human interactions. (Both) State your... Find Out More From Building Bridges These web pages provide good general facts on the Quakers: QuakerFinder.orgEarlham School of Religion Digital Quaker Collection. Details about the... PREVIOUS: Find Out More UP: Building Bridges NEXT: Introduction Download all of Building Bridges (Word) to edit or print.