Friends General Conference

Nurturing faith and Quaker practice

Registration Details

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How to Register

Online: Follow this link to read instructions and start your Gathering registration today.

Phone: FGC offers phone registration for attenders who cannot complete the online form. Register by phone on business days, or ask about a possible advance appointment for evenings and weekends.

On-Site (Adults Only): Some housing will be available for full- or half-time walk-up registrants. Full-time and half-time participants will be charged the standard person late fee (no late fee for up to four days part-time). Workshop choices will be limited. See below for part-time information.

When to Register

Registration starts April 18. Workshops and financial assistance will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Beginning June 1, there is a $60 late fee for all full-time and half-Gathering registrations. Late fees will not be charged for part-time registrations.

May 31.  Closing date for registering children: Children birth through rising grade 9 must register by May 31. Registration is not complete until FGC receives a Parental Release Form for each registered child.

June 10. Closing date for registering High School program participants. Registration is not complete until FGC receives a Parental Release Form for each High School Program participant.

Part-Time Attenders (Adults Only)

Part-time registration is a great way to get a taste of the Gathering. On-campus housing is not available and meals are on a cash basis. Walk-up or advance part-time registration fees can be found here. Need housing? Consider registering for a Half-Gathering.

Free to the Public

The QuakerBooks at the Gathering Store; exhibits by Quaker organizations; and the arts gallery are open to the public without registration.

These evening presentations are also open to the public at no charge:

Meals are available on a cash basis at the cafeteria and retail food establishments on campus.

All other events and activities are limited to registered attenders.