Friends General Conference shares the following job announcements that may be of interest to Quaker job seekers:
Friends General Conference is adding a Thursday evening opportunity for worship sharing for white Friends confronting racism.
“I want to share with you a moment of continuing revelation I had at my family’s Passover seder in mid-April. It’s about gratitude.”
The FGC Impact Report 2021 explores the spiritual journey toward 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…
FGC’s Vanessa Julye shares her brief reflections on the 2022 White Privilege Conference, which occurred in Charlotte, NC.
The Friends General Conference Spiritual Deepening Program seeks eRetreat Facilitators for 2022-2023 sessions.
As a very small committee, we actively seek Friends to join Nominating Committee in this joyous work.
FGC’s Junior Gathering, High School, and Adult Young Friend Committees are excited to team up for a new adventure this summer.
Proposal Due Date: April 24, 2022 Proposal due electronically to Linnea Halsten: firstname.lastname@example.org. Friends General Conference (FGC) seeks proposals from consulting firms, individuals, and coalitions to help the organization eliminate bias and racial harm from our 18-person staff (16 are white and two are people of African descent).
Summary The 2022 Gathering will be held online July 3rd through 9th. Registration for the virtual Gathering will open in May. Details are coming soon. YAY!, an in-person Young Adult and Youth event for children, teens, and young adults (ages 0 – 35) is in discernment. More soon! FGC is committed to both online and in-person, all-ages…
When the wind blows, the reed shifts and flows, moving with the current and remaining intact. When the turbulence has passed, the reed rises again to find that the more rigid among us—like the mighty oak that will not bend—are broken by the storm. Aesop