The Ministry on Racism Program: Upcoming Events and Recommended Resources

Explore upcoming events with the Ministry on Racism Program at FGC, and discover resources for language justice and access!

FGC’s Youth Committees are gearing up for the 2021 Gathering

Our High School and Junior Gathering Committees spent much of the summer reflecting on 2020 Virtual Gathering and taking note of areas to grow this year.

FGC Condemns Capitol Attack; Calls for De-escalation and Truthful Dialogue

Friends General Conference condemns the act of insurrection at the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. and prays for the safety of everyone involved.

FGC’s Anti-Racism Ministry: January 2021 Update

We’re sharing a new poem, Raising a Voice by Deveena D. Reed, plus Part II of Carolyn Lejuste and David Etheridge’s three-part series on fostering anti-racist Quaker meetings.

The Quake that Rocked the Continent: A Recap

On December 12, 2020, 25 youth and 13 adults joined together in virtual space for The Quake that Rocked the Continent.

Vital Friends: Anti-Racism Work and Couple Enrichment

FCE teaches peacemaking begins at home and home is where we practice the behaviors making us vessels for peacemaking.

Virtual Events in the Quaker Community: January 2021

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

FGC is taking a winter holiday break!

FGC’s (currently virtual) office will be closed between December 24th, 2020 and January 3rd, 2021.

FGC Newsletters: November & December 2020

Each month, FGC distributes digital newsletters to share updates and information about FGC and its programs.

Updates from FGC

It may be getting colder outside, but we’re hard at work inside the virtual office nurturing the spiritual lives of Friends!

Promote your Quaker Community’s Virtual Opportunities with FGC!

As the pandemic continues Friends and spiritual seekers will be searching for virtual opportunities to enjoy faith and fellowship in the months ahead. 

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