Members of AFSC's Corporation at last year's annual meeting.
Join AFSC’s Friends Relations team, Lucy Duncan and Madeline Schaefer, for one of three presentations and discussions on the new Meeting/Church Liaison program, a growing community of Quakers from around the country who are partnering with AFSC to build a powerful Spirit-led movement for social change.
If you’ve been interested in becoming an AFSC liaison for your meeting/church, or are curious to learn more about how Quakers can partner with AFSC, feel free to join the conversation.
Join us each month as we discuss how your congregation can engage in the work of AFSC. These monthly calls are an opportunity to learn from AFSC staff about specific focus issues and campaigns, and hear ideas of how to get involved. Each one is also an opportunity to speak with other Quakers from the around the country about strategies for how to engage in collective social change work.
We will begin our new series of calls this fall. Stay tuned for more information about the dates and topics of the next series of monthly calls.
The Meeting/Church liaison program is designed to meet congregations where they are at--whether big or small, active or inactive, we want to help your congregation work with the AFSC to build the movement for a more justice and equitable world.
Below we have outlined two possible ways to get involved:
Model 1: Connect your congregation to the work of AFSC through monthly updates and activities.
Model 2: Identify one issue that resonates with the interests in your community and focus on that issue throughout the year.
Listen to Erin Polley as she speaks with members of the Meeting/Church Liaison program about the 3rd annual, "If I Had a Trillion Dollars" youth film festival, to be held in February, 2013. You can hear Erin give a full program description, followed by a question and answer period with Quakers interested in bringing the festival and its curriculum to their local meetings.
Listen to Friends Liaison, Lucy Duncan, describe the adult Religious Education component of the new Meeting/Church Liaison program. This audio was recorded during AFSC's October Program Update. You can listen to the entire update here.
Listen to Friends Liaison, Lucy Duncan, describe the development of the new Meeting/Church Liaison program. This audio was recorded during AFSC's October Program Update. You can listen to the entire update here.
Listen to Friends Liaison, Lucy Duncan, describe the Israeli Divestment focus area in the new Meeting/Church Liaison program. This audio was recorded during AFSC's October Program Update. You can listen to the entire update here.
AFSC is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Our work is based on the belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Learn more
Where we work
AFSC has offices around the world. To see a complete list see the Where We Work page.