Frequently Asked Questions
Roles of people in the Meeting
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The Clerk reads or circulates notices. S/he also convenes Meetings for Worship for business, drafting Minutes to reflect what has been discerned, and distributing Minutes and notices between meetings. The Assistant Clerk may also carry out these tasks.
Elders are responsible for nurturing the spiritual life of the meeting. In our Meeting they are also called Spiritual Carers.
Overseers are responsible for the pastoral care of people who attend the meeting. In our Meeting whey are also called Pastoral Carers.
Doorkeeper opens the Meeting House about 15 minutes before Meeting, to greet people as they arrive, make sure the heating is on if necessary, bring flowers and milk, switch on the hearing loop, and do any other jobs as listed
Librarian oversees the buying, arranging, and borrowing of books. There is a book for borrowers to record titles and dates of books borrowed and returned.
Treasurer: looks after the finances of the Meeting, and is responsible to Area Meeting for sending a stated amount (Quota) annually, keeping the Meeting’s Accounts and a record of Collections.
Charity Collections are usually organised by another member or attender for causes agreed by the Meeting
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RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a standard XML-based format for
delivering regularly-updated Internet content. An RSS feed contains a summary and links of the
new content on our Calendar of Quaker Events. Visitors can subscribe to the feed and
automatically receive updates on their personal computers or mobile phones.
First, you need the application RSS Reader or RSS
Aggregator or Newsreader on your computer or mobile phone to display, read and
manage RSS feeds. There are a number of RSS Reader applications
available for free or commercial use and you can install one of them. Some web browsers have it built-in and ready to use - marked as .
The next step is to add the link of Rss to your reader. You can find it under the icon on our Calendar of Quaker Events web page, or copy this: http://dod-quakers.webs.com/apps/calendar/rss/viewUpcomingEventsRSS?calID=5005523
In many cases it is enough to go to the Calendar web page (ie, http://dod-quakers.webs.com/apps/calendar/) on your mobile phone and confirm adding the link when the icon automatically appears on the display/screen.
PS. In most
computer browsers, you can simply right click on the rss feed icon , copy the URL which is http://dod-quakers.webs.com/apps/calendar/rss/viewUpcomingEventsRSS?calID=5005523 ,
and then paste it into the "Add Channel" feature in your RSS