Calendar of Events
Each day of the summer at WFC offers many possibilities. Join as much or as little as you’d like. Daily presentations and opportunities to play, be creative, and explore are available from the last week of June through the first Monday in September.
Note: This website is new since last summer, so last year’s calendar shows part of what we offered. Check back this the spring to see 2020 schedule as it develops!
Contact office @ worldfellowship.org for info about bringing a group to WFC anytime between May and October.
Joan Green leads morning sessions to be in your body and move with music!Find out more »
With virtuosic guitar slinging, razor wit, and a disarming sense of humor, Pamela Means has delighted audiences around the world and at World Fellowship. You'll agree with Ani DiFranco, who told Pamela, "you groove so deep, so deep I can't get out. And I wouldn't want to."Find out more »
The arrival of the first Africans to be sold into bondage in North America was in 1619 at Jamestown. Families, organizations, and cities are observing by telling their stories of oppression and resistance. Join in exploring through stories and music.Find out more »
Jo Radner juxtaposes Native American oral traditions and stories told by her own New England ancestors to reveal a complex "middle ground" in which settlers and Native people saw one another as defenders and trespassers, pursuers and refugees, relatives and aliens, kind neighbors and ruthless destroyers.Find out more »
Experience poetry in motion with Becky Thompson - daily sessions begin at 7am and 4:45pm. Drop in or make it a yoga retreat.Find out more »
Lift voices and spirits each morning with the Brooklyn Women's Chorus director, long-time feminist activist Bev Grant! Registration required. $100 fee.Find out more »
NYC photographer/musician/activist sing the 196os, Bev Grant shares historic recollections. Bev's photos have recently been featured in New York Magazine, The New Yorker "Photo Booth", Musee and Frieze magazines and exhibited at OSMOS Gallery in New York.Find out more »
Ayanna M. Parris, facilitator/educator with a focus on racial equity and inclusion, and Eroc Arroyo-Montano, HipHop artist, United for a Fair Economy Cultural Organizer and World Fellowship board member invite sharing and reflection.Find out more »