Unity suggests to us not agreement or sameness of viewpoint,
but a oneness of purpose that instructs our life together.
And so it is not necessarily completed, but always underway….
We understand there to be an essential aspect of the Ground of Being
that draws us in reverence,
and that our coming together is more than accidental.
We are called to be people of strong feeling,
to know differences,
and to discover through exploring our diversity or conflicts
a means of truthfully communicating,
in order to reach together toward what is both common and holy.
Strawberry Creek committee on Worship & Ministry (October 1989)
Pacific Yearly Meeting’s book of Faith and Practice describes the structures and processes of Pacific Yearly Meeting, and its Quarterly and Monthly Meetings, as well as the spiritual foundation of these processes and of our way of worship.
Our Meeting has reached Unity on the following...