Marvin Barnes, Presiding Clerk of Friends General Conference, discusses the importance of volunteers to the ongoing success and health of the community.
Dear Friends, I have been immensely enjoying my time as the Friends General Conference Communications Manager. I consider engagement to be a ministry—one that I take seriously.
The FGC Impact Report 2021 explores the spiritual journey to Right Relationship. Over the last year, FGC has created spaces for Friends, meetings, and seekers to enter this reparative work. FGC has been reflecting on our programs, volunteers, and the evolving needs of Friends. How do we continue to steward this precious gift of Quaker…
Perhaps you’re new to investing or looking to align Quaker faith into the investing you’re already doing. Either way, investing is an important way to make a difference in our lives and the lives of others now and into the future. In this workshop, we’ll look at how Quaker values can inform many of the…
Friends General Conference welcomes Pim Halka to staff! Ze will join the Gathering team as Online Events Associate.
A special COVID working group has been approved to create a COVID Health and Safety policy for all FGC in-person events, including the Gathering.
“Many meetings don’t realize what is available through FGC,” Kit explains. “Situations arise that would benefit from eldership. Vocal ministry is one example.”
Our 2020 Impact Report is more than a reflection of our work last year – it is a record of a community responding to difficult times together.
Help your meeting develop financial resources needed to carry out the work of Spirit in your community and beyond.
Here are five Quaker authors whose work we’re blessed to follow.
Since 2017, Audrey Greenhall has nurtured FGC’s ministry of the word through our online bookstore, QuakerBooks.