Quaker Prison Ministry: What are your Gifts?
May 10-11, 2019
There are many opportunities to connect with people
who are behind prison walls or are newly released.
Volunteers can support incarcerated and formerly incarcerated Friends
in a variety of ways including worship, visiting and writing.
This weekend at FCRJ is a time to meet people
who are engaged in prison ministry, explore your own gifts and
how you might be led to engage in this ministry.
Friday eve (7-8:30 PM) Workshop Begins with Introductions
Saturday: 9:30 – 12:30 Morning Session
12:45- 2:00 Lunch
2:00 -5:00 How to be an Ally and closing.
If you can’t come Friday, come Saturday for the full day (9:30AM-5:00 PM).
Friends are welcome to stay overnight and attend Sunday Worship.
Facilitators: Robert Martin & Judy Meikle
Costs: The workshop registration of $40 (or as led) supports the Friends Center for Racial Justice
Food: Your contribution for food (as led) helps defray food costs for the weekend; food costs are expected to be about $30 per person.
Lodging: $30 per night if staying at the Friends Center for Racial Justice at the Burtt House.
Checks should be made out to the Friends Center for Racial Justice or FCRJ.
Registrations: Register Here!
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