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…
“Many meetings don’t realize what is available through FGC,” Kit explains. “Situations arise that would benefit from eldership. Vocal ministry is one example.”
Ellie Rosenberg of Ithaca Friends Meeting first attended the FGC Gathering as a child with her parents—just as her mother did and her grandparents before her.
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.
Listening Deeply, Living Faithfully The FGC Impact Report 2019 is a story of deep listening. Friends shared in person and through survey thoughts on the Gathering, on becoming an anti-racist faith community, on nurturing spiritual vitality. The Impact Report chronicles how as a community we are creating a vital future for the Religious Society of…
Ida Trisolini attended her first FGC Gathering with her children in 2008.
Colby was raised Quaker, and attended different meetings through high school and college. He found “it hard to invest deeply as one of only a few young Friends there.”
As a member of both FGC’s Executive Committee (governing body) and Development Committee, Anne is frequently invited to run workshops to strengthen spiritual friendships and elder relationships.