Calendar of Events
For our 80th Anniversary Summer, WFC offers Monday evening online programs. Wednesday and Saturday programs and Friday Fun Nights are on site. Some prior events can be accessed in the calendar archive and on the public World Fellowship Facebook page.
Online program registration is through Eventbrite, and will continue to be free with an option to make a donation. Please reach out to alice @ worldfellowship for support around virtual programming.
Join Jen Faigel, Executive Director at CommonWealth Kitchen in Dorchester, MA to learn about a systems-based approach to building a food economy grounded in racial, social, and economic justice.Find out more »
Join in honoring the life and activism of long-time friend and supporter of WFC, Flo Stern.Find out more »
Join Maggie Fogarty and Grace Kindeke from the American Friends Service Committee-NH Program for an interactive workshop to share stories, ideas and practical tools for creating community-based economies built on equality, dignity and abundance. Together we can build the world that we want!Find out more »
Marc Mauer, Senior Advisor to The Sentencing Project, will assess the state of the movement to end mass incarceration and the need to transform our approach to promoting public safety. Marc will engage in a dialogue about what each of us can do to promote these changes within our communities.Find out more »
Sol y Canto is the award winning Pan-Latin ensemble led by Puerto Rican/Argentine singer and bongo player Rosi Amador and New Mexican guitarist and composer Brian Amador. Featuring Rosi’s crystalline voice and Brian’s lush Spanish guitar and inventive compositions, Sol y Canto is known for making their music accessible to Spanish- and non-Spanish speaking audiences of all ages. Rosi and Brian are often joined by their daughter Alisa Amador, whose powerful songs and gorgeous, supple voice have launched her onto…Find out more »
Join author Dr. Mindy Fullilove for a discussion of her book, Main Street: How a City's Heart Connects Us All. We'll learn about the Stroll and Scroll method she used to explore Main Streets around the world. The program will include a visit to Tamworth's Main Street. Dr. Fullilove will be joined by colleagues from the University of Orange.Find out more »
Join the University of Orange for an exploration of place using the senses and improvisation. Drawing upon practices of Deep Listening, music-making as everyday living, and place-based popular education, we will explore together ways of sounding out right-relationship with the world.Find out more »
In this two-hour writing workshop, we’ll think together about ways move beyond headlines and slogans to write about the political issues that engage us. Prompts will be offfered to jump-start your writing. No experience necessary; all genres welcome.Find out more »
Amidst all of the worldwide pandemic turmoil we’re still going through, one issue that no residents of any other wealthy country have to worry about is a medical bill. Our pandemic, on the other hand, has actually been exacerbated in part by Americans’ justifiable fear of ruinous medical bills associated with seeking care for Covid. What will it take to get us - finally - to adopt a sensible, equitable health care payment system for all? We’ll explore and discuss…Find out more »
A workshop with Little Uprisings co-founder Tanya Nixon-Silberg exploring popular children's book titles as critical texts -- opportunities to notice, critically read, and disrupt dominant narratives with children around race, gender, ethnicity, LGBTQ identity, immigrant identity, and other marginalized identities. Tanya (she/her) is a Black mother, educator, artist, and radical dreamer. Her work informs the intersection of all these identities. Called a "translator", Tanya has the ability to distill concepts of racial justice to young children in ways that help…Find out more »
Rob will show images of whistleblowers from the Americans Who Tell the Truth portraits, tell their stories, discuss their intent, examine their effect, and explore their political importance. And, since we can't talk about whistleblowing without talking about courage, we'll talk about how, without courage, there would be no democracyFind out more »