Friends World Committee for Consultation

Friends World Committee for Consultation works to provide links between Friends, with the aim to facilitate loving understanding of the diversity among Friends. It is one of the three larger Quaker organizations that Baltimore Yearly Meeting is affiliated with.

Click to see the complete description of FWCC as it appears in the current Manual of Procedure.

The main website for the Section of the Americas is here.

FWCC is organized into geographical sections. Baltimore Yearly Meeting is a part of the Southeastern Region of the Section of the Americas. The Yearly Meeting appoints representatives to the Section of the Americas.

Listed below are the current representatives of the Yearly Meeting to the Section of the Americas.

  • Leada Dietz, Convener

    York Friends Meeting

  • Charlotte Boynton

    Langley Hill Friends Meeting

  • Justin Connor

    Friends Meeting of Washington

  • Jason Eaby

    Nottingham Monthly Meeting

  • Adam Heinz

    Little Britain Monthly Meeting

  • Rachel Stacy

    Gunpowder Friends Meeting

In the Spring of 2012, FWCC is holding its World Conference of Friends at Kabarak University, near Nakuru, Kenya. Full information about the event is available at their website.

Baltimore Yearly Meeting has appointed 6 Friends to attend.

  • Marion Ballard

    Bethesda Friends Meeting

  • Justin Connor

    Friends Meeting of Washington

  • Jason Eaby

    Nottingham Monthly Meeting

  • Adam Heinz

    Little Britain Monthly Meeting

  • Ann Riggs

    Annapolis Friends Meeting

  • Rachel Stacy

    Gunpowder Friends Meeting

Interchange Reports
  • FWCC Seeks to Discern Friends' Global Change Witness

    This article was printed in the Fall 2011 edition of the Interchange.

Annual Reports

Every spring, the Yearly Meeting asks its representatives to other organizations to prepare a report of their activities over the prior 12 months. These reports are gathered and shared during Annual Session, and then are printed in the Yearbook for that year.

The available reports of the representatives to the Section of the Americas, as they appeared in the Yearbook, from recent years are listed below.