Friends General Conference

Nurturing faith and Quaker practice

Suggestions for Organizing and Facilitating Quaker Adult Religious Education Programs

Adult

It can be of considerable benefit to carefully consider how one plans and announces different classes or forums within the life of the meeting. Often, the leaders will pick the date, time, and location of a class and then announce the details to the meeting. It can be useful and appropriate to have certain conventions for when these types of activities usually take place, such as monthly forums after meeting for worship, or bi-weekly Friday evenings after potluck. This regularity can encourage more consistent participation within the meeting.

Contact FGC Religious Education at religiouseducation@fgcquaker.org.