The Friends General Conference Spiritual Deepening Program seeks eRetreat Facilitators for 2022-2023 sessions.
When Donna signed up for Spiritual Deepening eRetreats in early 2020, she expected to continue in her self-paced exploration into Quaker thought. What she didn’t anticipate was the community she would discover during the early days of the pandemic.
This article was written for the August 2020 Interfaith Issue of the Vital Friends eNewsletter.
New at FGC: Experiencing the Light workshop, Religious Education resources for children, an update from the Anti-Racism Implementation Group, and Fall Fellowship & Learning Events
What’s new and what opportunities are coming soon for friends in the FGC community? Find out in our updates for September 2019!
The Spiritual Deepening Library seeks to be an essential resource of spiritual deepening and connection for Friends.
Ready to ignite the Quaker fire within in 2019? We can help.
Resources and materials in the Spiritual Deepening Library for Small Groups are being revised and enhanced on 2019 to include new ways to explore communion with the community and the divine.
As a child, the impulse to blow through the straw to create bubbles in your chocolate milk is a great analogy to describe the sensation of emotions I experience when I’m called to do ministry work in my community.
FGC’s Spiritual Deepening eRetreat Program Receives $49,700 Grant from the Friends Foundation for the Aging
FGC has received a $49,700 grant to support further development of our Spiritual Deepening eRetreat program.
Jean-Marie Barch, clerk of FGC’s Committee for Nurturing Ministries and member of Executive Committee, describes how the Quaker way has made a difference in her life.
Women have been ministers of Quaker faith and practice since it began in the 17th century.