Month: March 2007
Winds of the Spirit: Convergent Friends Workshop (Providence 2007)
As most of you know by now I spent the end of last week in Providence Rhode Island helping with a workshop about convergent Friends. I wanted to give an overview of what we did there so that those of you who are curious can be in the know.
Back from the East – Almost
I made it back from Providence mainly in one piece; every flight I took, both on thursday and Saturday, was at least one hour late so that was fairly stressful. The conference itself was wonderful, and I met some incredible people there. I have a lot more to say about all this in the next […]
I am Heading (Providence) Rhode Island: FWCC Convergent Friends Conference
This weekend I have a great opportunity to spend some time with a group of ecumenical Quakers. I am flying to Providence Rhode Island to participate in the Friends World Committee for Consultation, an ecumenical group of Friends who have been trying to help bridge the gap between the various subgroups of Friends.
Transitioning in A Global Information Age: Questions For Church Traditions
As a follow up to my reflections on Quaker Heritage Day I wanted to post a list of Questions I’ve been thinking about, many of which came because our travels to the north and many because of what I have been studying over the past quarter.
Dress Down Fridays | Relient K, Arcade Fire, Lovedrug and Other New Albums
There’s not left for me to say this week, I’ve said a lot already and have a really busy next week and a half. This coming Thursday I am flying out to FWCC to help lead a workshop on “convergent Friends,” which I am really excited about but before I can leave for that I’ve […]