Nurture the spiritual life of your meeting community; transform relationships within your meeting; enrich your worship; learn together; welcome newcomers; improve your practice of Quaker processes―resources and tools from FGC can help Quaker meetings and individuals grow and deepen.

All Resources

Practical Tools for Your Meeting

An extensive collection of reference and “how to” materials for essential Quaker practices and structures.

Religious Education

Resources to guide teachers and facilitators, suggested activities for adults, teens, and children, as well as complete Faith & Play and Sparkling Still materials.

Spiritual Tools for Your Meeting

Resources for worship, spiritual practices, spiritual gifts and ministries, social justice, building intergenerational community, and nurturing Quaker parents and families.

FGC Policies and Guidelines

Friends General Conference has collected some of its policies and guidelines here for the convenience of Friends and interested parties.

Christian and Interfaith Relations

The Christian and Interfaith Relations (CIRC) sponsors dialogues and finds other ways for Friends to be active and involved in interfaith, ecumenical, and broader Quaker activities.

Spiritual Deepening Library

The Spiritual Deepening Library is a collection of exercises meant to deepen the life, worship, connection, and witness of individuals and meetings through the exploration of Quaker thought and practice, sharing and deep listening.

Couple Enrichment

Couple Enrichment offers weekend retreats and workshops for committed couples to help nurture their relationships and hone good communication skills.

Anti-Racism Resources

These resources, an extension of the Ministry on Racism Program at Friends General Conference, can help your community develop racial and ethnic awareness, increase diversity, and dismantle systemic racism among Friends.

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