Friends Of Society

The Quakers, originally called the Religious Society of Friends, were founded during the 17th century in England by George Fox. They have no Creed (p. 52), no sacraments, and their ministers are not ordained (pp. 48-49). Quakers are committed to peace, equality, and other social improvements, and played a major role in the abolition of slavery.

Cross of Saint George - the English flag

A Methodist Episcopal church, USA

Wesley preaching the gospel, Wesley's Chapel, London, England

Cross of Saint George - the English flag

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