During Gathering, the FGC offices and Quakerbooks bookstore hours will change dramatically.
Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre has launched two new online postgraduate programs in Quakerism that Friends can study no matter where they are in the world!
All FGC websites have been secure and continue to be secure, including the Quaker Cloud and QuakerBooks. We were not affected by the Heartbleed bug.
Thank you for reading, and we wish you a happy spring!
FGC brought together 65 Friends “to help make the full depth, joy, and fire of Quaker faith and practice highly available, teachable, and experiential for all those who are or will become part of our faith communities.”
FGC is again sponsoring a Quaker group to attend the conference, open to Friends of all traditions.
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.
Thank you for reading, thank you for participating, and happy holidays!
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…