Fellowship of Reconciliation

A prayer for those who work at Shadowcliff

Ed. Note: This prayer was written by Rev. Richard Deats, who joined the Fellowship of Reconciliation, in 1953 and served on FOR-USA’s national staff between 1972 to 2005. Throughout those 33 years Richard lived in Nyack, New York, and worked

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Job Posting: Director of Operations

The Fellowship of Reconciliation USA (FOR-USA) is a national interfaith organization headquartered in New York State. Founded in 1915, our mission is to organize, train, and grow a diverse movement that welcomes all people of conscience to end structures of violence

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Job Posting: Director of Operations

The Fellowship of Reconciliation USA (FOR-USA) is a national interfaith organization headquartered in New York State. Founded in 1915, our mission is to organize, train, and grow a diverse movement that welcomes all people of conscience to end structures of violence

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FOR Names Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson as Executive Director

The Fellowship of Reconciliation, the oldest interfaith peace and justice organization in North America, is proud to announce the appointment of a new executive director to guide FOR-USA’s renowned global work for progressive social change. The Reverend Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson

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FOR Names Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson as Executive Director

The Fellowship of Reconciliation, the oldest interfaith peace and justice organization in North America, is proud to announce the appointment of a new executive director to guide FOR-USA’s renowned global work for progressive social change. The Reverend Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson

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Saying goodbye to Shadowcliff after 40 years

Creative Response to Conflict (CRC) came to the Fellowship of Reconciliation in 1978 through Lee Stern, a Quaker who worked in New York City with the Peace and Social Action Program, which helped to found CRC in 1972. Lee and

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Saying goodbye to Shadowcliff after 40 years

Creative Response to Conflict (CRC) came to the Fellowship of Reconciliation in 1978 through Lee Stern, a Quaker who worked in New York City with the Peace and Social Action Program, which helped to found CRC in 1972. Lee and

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Fellowship of Reconciliation USA (FOR-USA) is the largest interfaith peace fellowship leading the charge on today’s most pressing human and civil rights issues through advocacy, activism, and educational programs.

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