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FWCC 2004 Triennial in New Zealand

Attending a Friends World Committee for Consultation Triennial can be an occasion, or a season of grace, where we can come to know Friends from our varied wider whanau or family at a deeper level in the things of the spirit. Attending a Triennial can be somewhat like visiting another country. To fully appreciate the cultural and spiritual offering of Friends of diverse spiritual and cultural backgrounds, we need to “let go and let God” and leave our psychological and intellectual baggage behind. The ten days of the Triennial were full of community. For me the meeting for🔒

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Marvin Hubbard was one of New Zealand/Aotearoa’s representatives to the 2004 Triennial.


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