For their second series of Quaker Quest public sessions, Greensboro First Friends Meeting offers a unique program for those curious about Quakers and those already on the Quaker path.
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Barry Crossno outlines the case for a comprehensive religious education and spiritual formation program for newcomers and Friends.
The Chestnut Hill meeting house is the first new Quaker meeting house built in Philadelphia in the past eighty years.
As one Friend said: “There is a deep and powerful stream flowing here, and we are invited to plunge in.”
From September 27th through September 29th, 2013, twenty-two friends gathered at Dunrovin Christian Brothers Retreat Center in Minnesota for a consultation on the impact of attending the White Privilege Conference, an event conceived and organized by an African American man, with support from Friends General Conference. FGC has supported Friends’ attendance at the White Privilege…
FGC Committee for Nurturing Ministries Consultation for Visioning the Future for the Ministry on Racism Program
On September 6th through 8th, 2013, 14 Friends gathered at Pendle Hill in Wallingford, Pennsylvania, to discuss the future of FGC’s Ministry on Racism Program. The Minute of Exercise is attached below.
This year’s Gathering explored ambitious questions about growth and reconciliation in the Light.
Intermountain Yearly Meeting affiliated with FGC in 2009, and this year hosted its first Gathering in beautiful Greeley, Colorado, June 30 through July 6.
The Quaker Voluntary Service has opened a new branch in Philadelphia this year, and FGC will be hosting Maire Elizabeth Moriarty to work with our Ministry on Racism.
Our Annual Report, Spiritual Vision, Faithful Service, A Plan for Action highlights some of our accomplishments this past year.