Theme: Sink Down To The Seed Sown In the Heart
Dates: June 28-July 4, 2020
Location: Online, on Zoom
What happened at the 2020 Gathering?
Schedule and handouts from the 2020 Virtual Gathering
Articles & Writings
Epistle from the Virtual Pre-Gathering Retreat for Friends of Color & their Families
Bible Half Hour: Carl Magruder
- Read the transcripts of Bible Half Hour (Monday-Thursday)
- Bibliography of sources from Bible Half Hour
Prayer, Poetry, and Music in the midst of Quarantine and Injustice
Dr. Amanda Kemp, Dr. Michael T. Jamanis, and Matthew WoodsonPrayer, Poetry, and Music in the midst of Quarantine and Injustice.
A Panel on Moving Forward: Visions of the Future
Dr. Mica Estrada, Kallan Benson, Kenyatta James, and George Lakey
City Love Concert
Sterling Duns, Caselli Jordan and Emnye are City Love – a West Philly social justice music and education trio. They are teachers and musicians who make music for the world we need and use our songs to spread love, hope, dialogue, justice and healing. City Love has shared assemblies, workshops, and performances at schools, colleges, and conferences throughout the country and recently released a young children’s album about race, honoring our differences, standing up for each other, equity, self-love, and belonging.
Film: Quakers the Quiet Revolutionaries
Revolutionaries from the start, Quakers defied the Church of England and embraced racial and gender equality. Using verite and archival footage, interviews, voiceover historical quotations, and graphic animations, Quakers: The Quiet Revolutionaries reveals nearly four centuries of Quaker activism. Watch the introduction to the film.
Valarie Kaur, a lawyer, filmmaker, and innovator, is a seasoned civil rights activist and celebrated prophetic voice “at the forefront of progressive change” (Center for American Progress). View her Watch Night Service address, TED Talk, and learn more about Valarie and the Revolutionary Love Project on her website: valariekaur.com
FGC Virtual Gathering 2020 Playlist