Alaska Friends Conference
Kenai River worship group meets weekly on Sundays, and formerly met at Kaladi before the location closed. They are still meeting in various parks and are looking for a new permanent location - contact Kim Keck for more information: Kimkeck [at] gmail.com or 907-953-5426.
Alaska Quakers Seeking Right Relationships (AQSRR) committee was founded to address Quakers' complex history with Alaska Natives.
AFC Commitment to Racial Justice
In every Alaska Friends Conference decision, Friends shall consider this query: "How does this decision move us toward our goal of becoming an actively antiracist community?”
AFC shall strive to increase financial and practical support for work for justice and social reform led by Black people, indigenous people and people of color.
Attached, and pasted below, is the Epistle from our Annual Sessions held at Dickerson Friends Center in August 2021. An Epistle is a Quaker document that summarizes the gathering, and often is sent out to "Quakers Everywhere."
Also attached and pasted below is our approved AFC Commitment to Racial Justice, which is mentioned in the epistle.
Homer Quakers meet at 10 AM at the Homer Council on the Arts on W. Pioneer, west of Bartlett Street. Our mailing address is PO Box 367 Homer, AK 99603. Call (907) 235-4226 or (907)235-1014 for more information.
The below minute was originally written and approved by Alaska Friends Conference in 2017. Some minor edits were made for publishing this December 2020 to apply to the current proposed lease sale of land from ANWR in January 2021.
“Let Love be the first motion.” – John Woolman, early Quaker