COVID Preparedness and the 2022 Gathering

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.

Kit Potter

“Many meetings don’t realize what is available through FGC,” Kit explains. “Situations arise that would benefit from eldership. Vocal ministry is one example.”

A Message from the 2022 Gathering Clerks

Please enjoy this video introducing our Gathering clerks for this year.

FGC Welcomes New Communications Manager Rashid Darden

FGC is pleased to announce that Rashid Darden has joined the organization as our Communications Manager.

Introducing, Quakers Uprooting Racism Community Practice

FGC is excited to announce a new opportunity to apply to our Quakers Uprooting Racism Community Practice cohort.

Virtual Events in the Quaker Community: Late Summer 2021

Connect with Friends and go deeper in your spiritual experience with these upcoming virtual events this summer and fall.

Reflections from the 2021 Virtual Gathering

Way Will Open is not a passive thing that happens to us. We must seek it, listen for it, be in relationship with the Divine and with one another, and act faithfully.

Ellie Rosenberg

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.

2020 Impact Report: Responding Faithfully

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.

Virtual Events in the Quaker Community: Summer 2021

Connect with Friends and go deeper in your spiritual experience with these upcoming virtual events this summer.

A Letter from the Conference Coordinator and Volunteers – June 2021

Living into FGC’s commitment to become an anti-racist faith community, the Gathering’s Workshop Committee co-clerks and Conference Coordinator want to share a stumble we made along the way.

Pagination

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