FGC resources to help families live sustainably

In the age of instant gratification, technological dependency, and mottos like “bigger is better,” a question arises that becomes more urgent with each passing moment:

How, right now, can we live more sustainable lives?

Friends General Conference has pulled together written resources for families who wish to live more lightly on the earth. They include:

Can We Live Sustainably? by Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting
Stewardship of the Earth by Maury River Friends Meeting
Stewardship Definition from AFSC
“Practicing Sustainability” from Quaker Earthcare Witness
Faith & Play Guide and Play Kits from QuakerBooks
Earth Stewardship Reading List from QuakerBooks
Earth Day Reading List from QuakerBooks

Go to web page on FGC website

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Did you miss our Radical Acting in Faith e-course? The online, self-study version of this course is now available for individuals and small groups. We encourage you to check it out, and engage with the materials and course work!
https://www.afsc.org/radicalAIF

AFSC event “Under the Mask: How communities are resisting authoritarianism during COVID-19” set for Jan 26 http://www.afsc.org/action/register-today-under-mask

Special Quaker Records Collection available on Ancestry website https://leym.org/quaker-records-collection-at-ancestry-com/

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Related Organizations

  • American Friends Service Committee - afsc.org
  • Friends Committee on National Legislation - fcnl.org
  • Friends General Conference - fgcquaker.org
  • Friends World Committee for Consultation: Section of the Americas - fwccamericas.org
  • Right Sharing of World Resources - rswr.org