While ‘birthright Quakers’ start as junior members and are confirmed as regular members as adults (if they so choose), those who become Quakers later in life start by attending a Quaker Meeting as regularly as possible. After a time, the Meeting may ask the attender to consider membership, or the attender may request membership by writing to the Monthly Meeting through its Clerk. The Meeting will form a “clearness committee” to meet with the applicant and discern together if the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) is the appropriate spiritual home. If so, the clearness committee will recommend that the Meeting welcome the applicant into membership at a regular “meeting for worship with attention to business.”
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