Home Mission and Advancement
of Canadian Yearly Meeting
What is Home Mission and Advancement
HMAC (popularly pronounced "hay-mack") is a standing committee
of Canadian Yearly Meeting (CYM), which appoints its members
and determines its functions. The Committee reports annually to Yearly
HMAC currently consists of 8 members, including a representative
from Young Friends.
HMAC meets twice a year: spring and fall.
What is HMAC's mandate?
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What are HMAC's specific programs?
In summary, Home Mission and Advancement Committee's responsibilities
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for Friends within the Yearly Meeting)
- Isolated Friends, including CYM/HMAC members (*)
- Isolated Worship Groups
- Disbursing funds to support and promote visitation, travelling
in the Ministry, and other projects.
the non-Quaker community)
- Handling public enquiries
- Outreach support (financial and otherwise) for Monthly Meetings
and Worship Groups
- Inquirer's Leaflets
(* Isolated Friends who hold their
CYM membership under the care of HMAC - shortened here as "CYM/HMAC members"
to distinguish from HMAC committee members.)
Contacts for HMAC:
December 7, 2011