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FWCC Sustainability Project

The Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC) is an organization to facilitate connections among Quakers worldwide. This morning I received the following message from Susanna Mattingly, the Sustainability Communications Officer for FWCC.  She references the information on the Quakers and … Continue reading

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FWCC Strategic Plan

FWCC Strategic Plan 2015-2020  These parts of the Quaker vision are very interesting and point to new ways of moving forward. • Focus on the vital work that needs to be done to build connections among Friends from different branches. … Continue reading

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Living the Change

As I wrote yesterday, I heard from Susanna Mattingly, the Sustainability Communication Officer for the Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC). FWCC is joining a multi-faith campaign to work for sustainable living, called Living the Change.   This encourages us to … Continue reading

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Truth, Beauty and Bicycles

This morning I received this message from Susanna Mattingly, the Sustainability Communication Officer for the Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC): I’m trying to select a few images that will represent Quakerism to faith groups all around the world. FWCC … Continue reading

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Iowa Yearly Meeting (Conservative) and our Environment

Yesterday I wrote about the message from the Friends World Committee for Consultation’s  efforts to promote sustainability action in the global Quaker community.  Following is my response, which included the Minutes related to our environment that have been approved by … Continue reading

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Facebook: Quakers and Spiritual Seekers

As I’ve been thinking more about how Quakers might make what we have more widely known to spiritual seekers today, I tried to imagine where spiritual seekers might be looking.  My assumption is that social media would be the place, … Continue reading

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A pivotal moment

Dear Friends, Here in Indiana we are at a pivotal juncture in our work for peace and social justice. Many years of darkness are now seeing the awakening of interest and concern about social justice and political issues. The attempts … Continue reading

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