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.
The Quaker Voluntary Service has opened a new branch in Philadelphia this year, and FGC will be hosting Maire Elizabeth Moriarty to work with our Ministry on Racism.
Thanks to you, FGC is helping new and existing Quaker faith and practice communities become more visible, welcoming, and inclusive–while nurturing deep and transformed spiritual lives.
Since 2007, FGC has worked with over 100 monthly meetings in about 21 yearly meetings across the US and Canada.
The New Meetings Project (NMP) goals include developing a systematic, disciplined, and highly replicable model for helping Friends to nurture the creation of new, vibrant Quaker meetings and worship groups across the U.S.
On January 18 -19, 2013, FGC hosted a consultation with representatives of all fifteen FGC affiliated yearly meetings in attendance. Almost 40 Friends gathered at Pendle Hill for this event. This consultation was funded by a generous grant from the Shoemaker Fund. After a period
In 2012, FGC received a generous grant from the Thomas H.
FGC is pleased to announce the appointment of J. Brent Bill as coordinator of the New Meetings Project scheduled to begin this fall. Brent is a well-known seasoned Friend who is an author, photographer, congregational consultant, retreat leader, and recorded Friends minister.
Friends General Secretary Barry Crossno discusses his vision for the future of FGC at the 2012 FGC Gathering in Rhode Island.