Rowena Loverance considers how Britain Yearly Meeting in session came to agree that same-sex marriages should be treated equally to opposite-sex marriages in preparation, celebration, witness, recording and reporting to the state
It is a rare and privileged experience to take part in Yearly Meeting (YM) when it takes a major decision. It is also difficult to report, because the process of convincement that many Friends present will have experienced, as the Meeting came into unity, will have been different for each one of us. What follows is ‘How it was for me.’
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