• Spring Assembly

    Spring Assembly

    “Embracing Conflict -Imagining Equitable Sustainability”Western Washington FOR’s 21st Annual Spring AssemblySaturday, April 6th., 2019, from 9:00 am to 3:45 pm. Registration begins 9 am, program 10 am – 3:45 pmat Fauntleroy UCC Church, 9104 California Ave SW, West Seattle. Pre-register now! NEWSFLASH 3/29/19 Schedule and Workshop Descriptions now available!  Click here We will build on Kazu Haga’s work in determining that conflict itself is neither negative nor positive, but an opportunity to understandothers’ viewpoints and actions — if we take the opportunity to listen with care. Information flyer can be viewed or downloaded here (2-page pdf file) Please pre-register now!  Send registration info by March 29, by email, postal mail, or phone, wwfor@wwfor.org, 206-789-5565 or WWFOR, 225 N 70th St,…

  • Fall Retreat

    2018 Fall Retreat Saturday November 17, 2018  at Gwinwood Conference Center in Lacey “Displacement, Resilience, and Healing:  Bridging Our Diverse Communities with Respect, Understanding, & Solidarity” Click HERE for new flyer & email registration info. REGISTER NOW! It will help the planners know how much food to bring.  But come anyway, even if you are unable to pre-register. Saturday, November 17, 2018 Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation’s FALL RETREAT 9 AM to 10 AM Registration sign-in, literature tables, coffee and tea, and social time 10 AM to 5 PM Program starts at 10 AM and runs to 5 PM. (It’s OK to attend only part of the day if that will better fit your schedule!) LATEST MESSAGE from Fall Retreat…

  • Mike Yarrow Peace Fellowship

    by Bruce Pruitt-Hamm The WWFOR has launched the Mike Yarrow Peace Fellowship (MYPF), a $1,000 grant for a year-long Fellowship that includes a week-long training intensive for high school and college students.  The Peace Fellows for 2015-16 have been selected.  The MYPF launched its second annual cycle in late June of 2016.  Applications for 2017 must be received by June 1, 2017.  There are 3 ways to get your application: 1) You can view and save the application form as a MYPF Application-PDF or 2) download it as a Word document with this link: MYPF Application-Word or 3)  use our contact form to request that we email you the application. Call Janis Pruitt-Hamm at 206-466-2924  or email jpruitthamm@gmail.com for further information or to submit your application (by June 1, 2016).…

  • Seabeck Conference

    Seabeck Conference 2015

    Fellowship Of Reconciliation 57th Annual Northwest Regional Conference    July 2-5, 2015 “Peace, Justice and Sustainability: Strengthening the Links”  (flyer)   Online registration is available through our partner Oregon FOR at: http://forseabeck.org What links will we strengthen? Sometimes the links involve values more than anything else: reverence for the dignity of all humans underlies our efforts whether we are working to end CIA torture, improve education, raise the minimum wage, or end police racial profiling. Sometimes the links involve methods: Cannot street theater and other joyful protest help stop wars and foster racial understanding? Sometimes the links involve our philosophy of life, as we apply nonviolent words and methods to our daily interactions as well as to our global solutions. Sometimes…