FWCC Late Night Fun
Last year, she and I (and Wess and David, who is still not blogging that I know of) co-led an afternoon workshop that we titled "Convergent Friends: Reclaiming the Power of Primitive Quakerism in a Postmodern World."
For this year, we are thinking to do a little introduction and then leave it mostly open to questions and answers.
So here's your chance to be part of leading this interest group too:
What do you think Friends who are new to the term "convergent Friends" but already interested in cross-branch communication (obviously, because they've come to FWCC) need to know?
What questions would you ask if you were there?
Any contributions you can make here will help us to prepare for the session.
Also, a reminder that on Sunday, April 6, 2008, after the end of the FWCC meeting, there will be a convergent Friends dinner at Ploughshares Farm, the home of Brent and Nancy Bill, in Mooresville, IN. Not too far from the Waycross retreat center where the FWCC meeting will be. If you would like to come, it's not too late. Send me an email via the address in my profile with your contact information and I'll send you more details when I have them.
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