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FWCC and Affluent and Impoverished Friends

The October issue on the 70th anniversary of Friends World Committee for Consultation was a wonderful celebration of how Friends came together over the course of the past century, and it gave me both pleasure and insight to read how members of the Central Executive Committee and the staff and Executive Committee of the Section of the Americas came to Quakerism. By crossing boundaries, FWCC has served us all nobly. Alleluia! Amen! Whether it is an organization for the 21st century is not so clear. โ€œWeโ€ are far different now, as are the main divisions and diversities, and๐Ÿ”’

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Newton Garver is a member of Buffalo (N.Y.) Meeting.


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