Stirring Up the Embers
Speakers & leaders will include Mary Glazer, Doug Gwyn,
Bob Henry, Kelly Kellum, and others, to be announced.
Time is scheduled each day for community worship,
small groups, individual reflection, workshops,
& plenary sessions.
Young Adult Scholarships
We have financial assistance available for Young Adult Friends, up to age 35, who want to attend Stoking the Fire. We offer this option with gratitude to Western Yearly Meeting, whose generosity makes this possible. You can indicate you interest in receiving a scholarship on the registration form.
Lodging & Registration
Located just three minutes from the eclectic Depot District in downtown Richmond, Quaker Hill Conference Center sits atop a wooded hill in a world of its own. Rest in the natural setting that surrounds Quaker Hill, including a mature hardwood forest, a branch of the Whitewater River, and a locally-renowned waterfall. The Cardinal Greenway bike trail borders one edge of the Center. Meals are prepared with fresh, local ingredients, and served in the dining room of Evans House, an historic Quaker home with a long history of welcoming traveling Friends. Serenity and hospitality await you at the Quaker Hill Conference Center.
For more information on registration and accommodations, click below.Register