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Help us celebrate a multifaith heritage!

As we gather this November to celebrate our centennial, we want to honor our multifaith heritage and our spiritual growth as an organization. And we want you to be there!

George Houser's Memorial Services - West & East

The Houser family and the Fellowship of Reconciliation warmly welcome you to attend a celebration of the life of beloved husband, father, friend to all, and legendary peace activist, George Houser.  There will be two celebrations - one on the west coast in Santa Rosa, CA, an

Job Opening: Staff Accountant and Operations Manager (Closed)

The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR USA), founded in 1915, is the oldest interfaith peace and justice organization in North America. With chapters and national staff located throughout the United States and headquarters in Nyack, N.Y., FOR-USA is part of an international FOR network with branches in more than 40 countries. 

Moral Monday march descends on Department of Justice, demands justice be done

Following Monday’s day of mass civil disobedience across the St. Louis area resulting in more than 160 arrests as part of the United We Fight anniversary weekend, the year-long resistance sparked by the murder of Michael Brown Jr remains alive and well.

Next Week, Ferguson Is Everywhere

As we approach one year since the murder of Mike Brown, Jr. in Ferguson MO, we are coming together to respond to the call of Ferguson Action’s #UnitedWeFight to bear witness to the longest sustained protest in our nation since the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

Momentous August: FOR-USA Apology & Delegation to Japan

Last August at the IFOR Centennial Celebration in Konstanz, Germany, Isaac Beachy, then NC vice chair, made a formal apology to members of Japan FOR on behalf of FOR-USA for

Call for Nominations - FOR 2015 Peace Awards!

Each year, the Fellowship of Reconciliation awards three peace prizes — international, national, and local — to individuals or organizations whose commitment to peace, justice, and reconciliation is recognized as extraordinary.

Statement from Rev. Sekou on Ferguson DoJ investigation

June 30, 2015 - Commenting on leaked reports from a damning Department of Justice investigation into the events following the killing of Michael Brown nearly a year ago, the Reverend Osagyefo Sekou said:

Statement on the deadly attack at Mother Emanuel

June 18, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri: In the wake of the massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church the Reverend Osagyefo Sekou offered his deep condolences to the families of those killed and injured, the congregants and community of that sacred and deeply historically resonant Church:

Committed to nonviolence in Ferguson

This weekend, FOR staff are in Ferguson and St.