Friends General Conference

Nurturing faith and Quaker practice


Here you will find news items of interest about FGC. We will also feature news items from other Quaker Organizations in the United States and Canada at their request.

Encouraging feedback for the Spiritual Deepening program, plus details for Gathering 2016 and a new Quaker meeting is formed - in a the realm of a popular online game.
FGC News | July 24th 2015
Experience the Gathering plenary presentations through our online recordings!
FGC News | July 10th 2015
In response to the violence that took place in Charleston, SC, a letter of solidarity was sent to the leadership of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church.
Quaker News | June 23rd 2015
Take advantage of events being offered by our programs at the Gathering! Plus, exciting news from Grow Our Meetings and the Faith & Play® program!
FGC News | June 22nd 2015
Want to follow updates on the FGC Gathering or check out event recordings from the Bible Half Hour and selected plenaries? Now you can!
FGC News | June 19th 2015
What's new and exciting with the New Meetings Project, the FGC Gathering, and the Ministry on Racism.
FGC News | May 21st 2015
The authors of "Bayard Rustin: The Invisible Activist" are taking Bayard's story on tour. "Invisible Activist" has been very well-received since its debut last year, and Friends and Bayard Rustin fans alike are encouraged to see authors Jacqueline Houtman and Walter Naegle as they make their way across the northeast.
Quaker News | May 4th 2015
Our Annual Report for 2014, Living Love, presents some highlights of the past year, as well as news of developing projects.
FGC News | April 27th 2015
This month's updates include news from the Spiritual Deepening program and its upcoming pilot, information about registration for the FGC Gathering, a resource for Quaker meetings that want to work together to defeat racism in their communities, and a information from the Traveling Ministries Program.
FGC News | April 13th 2015
FGC and Pendle Hill are very happy to announce an experimental collaboration bringing QuakerBooks of FGC to Pendle Hill. For at least the next six months, QuakerBooks will operate from the site of the current Pendle Hill bookstore. Pendle Hill will now have in excess of a thousand new titles to serve over 4,500 annual campus visitors. Likewise, FGC will be able to better serve Friends living in and visiting the Philadelphia region with a convenient walk-in bookstore, ample parking and the beauty and serenity of the Pendle Hill campus.
FGC News | April 4th 2015

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