Bundelkhand Yearly Meeting
|Bundelkhand Yearly Meeting|
|Associations||Evangelical Friends International|
|Region||Bundelkhand, Madhya Pradesh, India|
|Branched from||Ohio Yearly Meeting|
Bundelkhand Yearly Meeting (Bundelkhand Masihi Mitr Samaj) is a yearly meeting of the Religious Society of Friends in the Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh state in mid-India. It was formed from Friends Churches set up by missionaries from Ohio Yearly Meeting in 1896, and the first independent yearly meeting was held in Chhatarpur in 1956. Theologically it falls within the evangelical tradition, unlike Mid-India Yearly Meeting.
The main Friends' Church is at Chhatarpur, where the church is adjacent to Chhatarpur Christian Hospital, which was set up by Friends from the Friends' Foreign Mission Society in 1930, and run by Friends although is now administered as part of Emmanuel Hospital Association. There is also an English-medium and Hindi-medium Christian school run by the Friends' Church. There are also Friends' Churches at Nowgong, Bijawar and Gwhara.
- Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC) (April 2009). "List of Meetings". Retrieved 2009-07-17.
- Nixon, Eva Anna (1985). A Century of Planting: A history of the American Friends' mission in India. Newburg, OR, USA: Barclay Press. ISBN 0-913342-55-6.
- Evangelical Friends Church International. "Evangelical Friends Church International: Asia". Evangelical Friends Church International. Retrieved 2009-07-17.
- Arnett, Mary (2008). "A Brief History of Friends in India". Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. Retrieved 2009-07-17.[dead link]
- Sykes, Marjorie (November, 1980). Quakers in India. UK: Routledge. ISBN 0-04-275003-2.
- Emmanuel Hospital Association. "Chhatarpur Christian Hospital". Emmanuel Hospital Association. Retrieved 2009-07-17.
- Friends World Committee for Consultation Asia and West Pacific Section. "FWCC Asia and West Pacific Section Affiliated Yearly Meetings and Groups". Friends World Committee for Consultation. Retrieved 2009-07-17.
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