The core of FGC's work is services we offer to Quaker meetings, Friends and seekers.
The Build It! Toolkit is an intergenerational community resource for meetings and worship groups.
The activities and workshops in the Build It! Toolkit are designed to...
FGC has published books, pamphlets, curricula, and sometimes other media for more than 50 years to support the spiritual lives and witness of Quakers and Quaker meetings and to serve those seeking to learn more about Friends. QuakerBooks of FGC (www.quakerbooks.org) distributes these publications and more. Explore some of our most recent and most popular titles.
FGC has started a campaign feasibility study to learn whether we might be able to endow the Gathering and better fund our highest priority programs.
Read the Feasibility Study, as a PDF.
The Friends Meeting House Fund offers support for meetings seeking help with repairs and energy-efficient upgrades through two main granting programs: the Green Meeting House Fund, which supports meetings that want to become more sustainable and energy-efficient, and the General Improvement Grant Fund, which provides small grants for improving meeting community spaces.
Do you want to help your meeting challenge racism and work for racial justice?
Do you feel led to travel in the ministry with a concern for racism?
Are you looking for ways to connect with other Friends of Color?
Whether you're trying to buy, build, or modernize your meeting house, Friends Meeting House Fund is here to make your vision a reality.
What was QuakerQuest?
Friends General Conference makes available resources for adults looking to support religious education.
Friends General Conference makes available resources for children's religious education.
The Quaker Cloud is an FGC-powered web toolkit that provides:
-A public-facing website for your meeting that is easy to build and maintain.
-A minute manager that allows you to archive, search, and share minutes with your meeting, and if you choose, with Friends and the world.
-A meeting directory where meeting members maintain their own information and where you can print a current directory in a few clicks.
Since its launch in January 2013, the Quaker Cloud has helped over 120 Quaker meetings develop their web presence through individual websites for their meetings as well as a secure, user-friendly minute manager and meeting directory for each site.