Dreaming Sanctuary Retreat Draws 50 Friends

Friends General Conference and Pendle Hill cosponsor an intergenerational LGBTQ+ retreat space.

FGC Welcomes Jen Ambrose

Friends General Conference warmly welcomes Jen Ambrose to the role of Development Manager. Jen will work closely with Faith Josephs, Associate Secretary for Development.

Quaker Leadership Conference & FGC Fall Online Consultation

by Barry Crossno Earlham School of Religion (ESR) recently held the Quaker Leadership Conference at their campus in Richmond, Indiana.  With many Quaker meetings and churches discerning how to live into a COVID endemic age, bringing Quaker leadership together to talk about this and other issues was timely and important.  There were Friends from across…

Meet the Staff: nova george and Johanna Jackson

Thanks to the generosity of donors to FGC’s Gathering Together campaign, our community has been enriched by two new staff members.

Announcing the 2023 FGC Staff Retreat

Dear Friends, The staff of Friends General Conference will be participating in the work of team building, knowledge sharing, orientation, and visioning for the future at the 2023 FGC Staff Retreat from March 6 through March 9, 2023. Though FGC staff members will respond to your messages as soon as they can, please expect delays…

FGC Welcomes Kody Hersh

Friends General Conference warmly welcomes Kody Hersh to the role of Young Adult & Youth Coordinator.

Hanae Togami Begins at FGC

Friends General Conference is pleased to announce the hiring of Hanae Togami in the Ministry on Racism Program.

Pim Halka joins FGC Staff

Friends General Conference welcomes Pim Halka to staff!  Ze will join the Gathering team as Online Events Associate.

FGC Condemns Capitol Attack; Calls for De-escalation and Truthful Dialogue

Friends General Conference condemns the act of insurrection at the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. and prays for the safety of everyone involved.

FGC is taking a winter holiday break!

FGC’s (currently virtual) office will be closed between December 24th, 2020 and January 3rd, 2021.

The U.S. Election: Nonviolence, Your Meeting, and You

As the 2020 Election in the U.S. approaches, remember that we share a deep spiritual commitment to peace and nonviolence.

In Appreciation: Ruth Reber

Ruth Reber experienced the FGC Gathering for the first time when she was three years old.


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