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An Enduring Truth

Throughout our history, the people known as Friends (or Quakers) keep rediscovering an essential and enduring truth: There is one who speaks to our most basic needs and most significant hopes—Christ Jesus the Lord. Both individually and communally, we are learning to know and follow the Voice that guides us in the way we should go. Together, we seek to understand and obey that truth which sets us free. As a people, we share in the experience of that powerful life which makes all things new. Maybe you are searching for an authentic and transforming faith and community to call home—if so, come in and join us as we seek to know and follow Christ.

FUM News

Busy Times in Belize

In October, Belize Friends School students participated in Caribbean Statistics Day, and the Belize City Friends Center hosted an outreach event.

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Friends Theological College Graduates Class of 80

The best marketing plan for FTC continues to be the quality of the school's graduates; people trained for ministry at FTC offer proof of their excellent education in the work that they do.

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Fees Announced for 2020 Triennial

Announcing the schedule of fees for attending next summer's Joint Triennial of Friends United Meeting, Quaker Men International, and the United Society of Friends Women International, to be held in Kisumu, Kenya, July 12–18, 2020.

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Introducing the Global Impact Fund

We are teachers and healers, students and evangelists, publishers and peacemakers, innovators and faithful sustainers. Together, the Global Ministers of Friends United Meeting are preaching and living the Gospel, bringing wholeness and hope into places of despair and inviting new Friends into our beloved fellowship.

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FUM Journal

A short reflection on ministering as a young mother

If I had seen women in ministerial leadership, would it have taken me so long to realize that I could be a leader, too?

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Be that Swell

A good director, when the choir is lost, offers a metaphor—a way for the singers to imagine themselves in the song again. It’s a bodily metaphor, because singing is a bodily function and there’s no un-embodied way to do it. And, perhaps, there’s no un-embodied way to gather in worship together. In our silent time, together we wait: a quiet choir waiting for a cue from an unseen director.

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Our Mission

Friends United Meeting commits itself to energize and equip Friends through the power of the Holy Spirit to gather people into fellowships where Jesus Christ is known, loved, and obeyed as Teacher and Lord.

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