For now, I’d like to share the materials that were requested by those there at the Quaker Heritage Day event in Berkeley, CA this past weekend. A number of folks hoped I’d share the slides, and other documents. You can find those things below. Hopefully these things can aid in jogging memories and help with further reflection. Thanks for a great weekend! I hope to post some more personal reflections soon.
Session #1: Mission, Quakers, and Culture
Session #2 (part a): Participation in the Quaker Tradition
Session #2 (part b): Heralding the New Creation
Session #3: Re-Enacting the New Creation
Small Group Discussion, Query and Quotation Handout
Bibliography for Quaker Heritage Day 2011
Session #3: Outline
12 responses to “Follow-Up Materials From Quaker Heritage Day”
Thanks for making all this available, even the handouts. I am having problem opening Session #1. The message is that I don’t have permission. I can access the other documents with no problem. Are others having this problem?
Thanks for the feedback. I updated the link. Please give it another try.
Yes, it works now. Thanks.
Forgive me if I’ve missed this somewhere on GIL, but are you publishing your materials under a particular license, whether a flavor of CC or something else? I’ll want to do so for the audio files, and it would be good to match your preference if possible.
Thanks again for your labors with us this past weekend!
Brian, Thanks. My old site used to have my copy-write information on it but I guess this one doesn’t. I’ve added it to my sidebar. But here it is:
“Gathering In Light by C. Wess Daniels is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.” http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
Thanks, Wess. BY-NC-SA is what we would use as well, so it will all be compatible.
And sorry to hear about the abduction–but may this yet be an opportunity for the Light of Christ to shine.
Unfortunately only the first couple of documents will come up. I’d love to see more, but there appears to be some technical problem.
Thanks Bill. Anyone else having trouble? I have them all set to open access, not sure what else I can check.
Thanks for sharing this and for the awesome talk!
And here is my blog post with my own views of participatory culture and Quakers.
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