You have discovered one of the best-kept secrets of the Religious Society of Friends. Since 1943, the Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology has gathered annually on Memorial Day Weekend to provide a respite for individuals of all spiritual and religious backgrounds who wish to delve more deeply into their inner lives.
2017 is our 75th year!
FCRP is one of the oldest conferences in the U.S. dedicated to individual spiritual exploration with a focus on in-depth psychology, specifically Jungian psychology. For the better part of the last half-century our Conference was held at Haverford College on Memorial Day weekend. It was located in beautiful central Pennsylvania on the campus of Lebanon Valley College for 27 years. In 2018 the Conference will move to Pendle Hill near Philadelphia.
We also have a smaller Conference in the Washington area (WFCRP) held near the end of February.click here to go to the WFCRP page. Note that James Hollis, PhD, will be our speaker in February 2018.
As part of a spiritual community, we seek:
- To discover our own deepest processes & nourish them
- To uncover the ways in which our new insights can help us return to the everyday world more focused and grounded in our spiritual reality
- To explore the dynamics of Quaker principles in group life and to apply them to our daily living
We warmly welcome new members, whether Quaker or not, to come for one or both Conferences or choose to become part of our ever-evolving community and network.
For more information on the history of the Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology, click on the About FCRP page in the menu above. The Articles and Links page gives access to a small library of relevant material.