Society of Friends (SOF) Quakers Movement.
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SOF – “Society of Friends” Movement (SOFtt.org)
The Society of Friends (SOF) Movement was established in September of 2011 in Trinidad & Tobago, by a group of individuals with a shared interest in the philosophy, belief and lifestyle choices emulated by like-minded individuals worldwide and commonly referred to as “Quakers”.
The SOF Movement continues its deliberate works towards developing and implementing projects and engaging activities that seek to enhance the life-paths, life-skills and life-styles of youths and communities, in keeping with the objects and philosophies of the Society of Friends (Quakers) worldwide.
What Quakers Believe
Quakers are a worldwide, global community of people who are diverse in every way, including what they believe and practice. There are Quakers who are progressive Christians; there are Quakers who are Evangelical, and Friends who are unsure about labels, or even Atheists.
The variety of theological beliefs today among Friends are very broad because it is a tradition that has history held in tension, personal experience, biblical understanding and the personal discernment of the philosophy and values of community.
What Quakers Do
It is very important for Friends to “Let your lives preach.” That said, “Faith in Action” is a core part of the Quaker tradition, and bears testimony and embodies the many ways that Friends manifest their faith in the world.
* Read and learn more about who Quakers are at Quaker.org (our reference for the above info.) and other sources online.
The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) are a movement within Christianity that began in 1650s England. Early Friends sought to revive “Primitive Christianity” by going back to the roots of Jesus’ teachings around non-violence, simple living, God’s concern for the marginalized, the immediate and equal access to God’s Spirit.
Quakers and Slavery
The Society of Friends (Quakers) became involved in political and social movements during the eighteenth century. In particular, they were the first religious movement to condemn slavery and would not allow their members to own slaves. They were to play a prominent role in the Anti-Slavery Society.
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