Young Adult Friends Gathering, 2010


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This gathering is receiving financial, material, or staff support from the following Meetings, organizations and funds:

Earlham School of Religion. ESR is a Christian graduate theological school in the Quaker tradition. ESR prepares women and men for leadership that empowers and for ministry that serves. This mission grows out of our Christian belief that God calls everyone to ministry. Using a transformative model of education, ESR encourages students to explore the intellectual, spiritual, and practical dimensions of their calls to ministry.

Friends Institute Granting Group of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. Friends Institute grants aim to support the ministry and leadings of young adult Friends.

Friends United Meeting. FUM is an association of Yearly Meetings which commits itself to energize and equip Friends through the power of the Holy Spirit to gather people into fellowships where Jesus Christ is known, loved and obeyed as Teacher and Lord.

Great Plains Yearly Meeting. GPYM is a fellowship of Quaker meetings and worship groups in Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma. GPYM is a diverse yearly meeting, embracing Friends from a broad spectrum of faith and practice. Friends find unity in the Spirit of Christ, who gathers all together in love and will show the way forward as we humbly seek to know and live God’s will for us.

Keystone Fellowship Friends Meeting. Keystone Fellowship Friends Meeting is an unprogrammed Friends Meeting in the Conservative tradition. They hold worship in various locations, generally in Lancaster, Chester, and Cumberland Counties in Pennsylvania. Keystone Fellowship Friends Meeting is a part of Ohio Yearly Meeting.

Obadiah Brown’s Benevolent Fund. Obadiah Brown’s Benevolent Fund is a granting fund based in New England, which gives to individuals “of our religious faith who are in need and who shall be or have been engaged in gospel or philanthropic work.”

University Friends Meeting. University Friends Meeting is a pastoral Meeting in Wichita, Kansas. It is a member of both Great Plains Yearly Meeting and Mid-America Yearly Meeting.

William Penn House. The William Penn House is a hospitality center on Capitol Hill rooted and grounded in Quaker faith and practice.








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