I grew up in a household full of music: Spiritual, Religious, Rock and Roll, Gospel, R&B, Soul… I enjoy athletics and have competitively played Soccer for at least 12 years. I’ve run Varsity Track in undergrad for the past 3 years, and I always enjoy a good round of paintball with friends. Along with a double major in Human Development & Social Relations and Spanish & Hispanic Studies, I strive to continue challenging myself academically as I encounter more opportunities to do so—and my time at Earlham College has proven to grant me those. In conjunction with those opportunities for academic advancement have come many cherished moments for spiritual exploration, continually deepening another fundamental part of my life.
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.