Registration is now open (click this link). Deadline is April 30.
The 2019 IMYM Annual Gathering will take place June 9-16 at Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, New Mexico. The theme of the gathering is “Faith, Fear and Our Future.”
Everyone is welcome to attend for as much of the gathering as they can. We ask that Friends prayerfully consider what they can afford for the Annual Gathering, and pay as they are led.
The “Early Days” of seminars will begin on Monday, June 10th and complete on Wednesday June 12.
The “Regular Days” of programming, worship, and meetings for business will begin the evening of Wednesday June 12 with a meeting for welcoming and conclude with meeting for worship on Sunday morning.
Arizona Half-Yearly Spring 2019 Meeting: March 16-17
Theme: Developing and Sustaining Community
Speaker: Marty Smith, a Friends World Committee for Consultation Traveling Minister from Philadelphia Yearly Meeting
Location: Pima Friends Meetinghouse, 931 N Fifth Av, Tucson, AZ 85705
More information here.
Colorado Regional Meeting Spring Gathering: Sunday, April 7, 2019
Seeing the Light in Those We Find Hardest to Talk to: Sharing with the Youngest to the Oldest
Location: Mountain View Friends Meeting, Denver, CO
More information here.
New Mexico Regional Meeting: 2019 Spring Gathering: April 12-14
Growing the Family of Friends
Santa Fe, NM
The NMRM spring gathering, focusing on Growing the Family of
Friends, will be held in Santa Fe, NM on April 12-14, 2019. Registration
materials and an outline of the program are now available. Please join
us at Camp Stoney for a weekend of fellowship and fun.
Report from the Institutional Assessment on Racism Task Force: Recommendations & FGC Central Committee 2018 Discernment
Two years after Friends General Conference’s governing body approved the initiation of an institutional assessment on systemic racism; a full report and summary with recommendations are now available. Based on this report and recommendations, FGC’s governing body, Central Committee, has approved a minute to commit FGC to becoming an anti-racist organization in a multi-year process. There was strong unity in the body, which gives hope to many. The discernment process that brought us to this unity further revealed why FGC needs a spirit-led intervention to become an anti-racist organization – many of the processes that inform our faith community are tainted by the destructive power of white supremacy and require a widespread commitment to transformation.
You can read the report and download the report and summary at the FGC website
Proceedings of the Yearly Meeting are now available.
Evaluation Report for the 2018 Yearly Meeting is now available (Excel spreadsheet with tabs – revised Aug. 23)
The IMYM website transferred over to a new platform in early July 2017. Learn more, including how to reach the Web Communications team.