Convergent Friends Google Group Now Open

Google Groups
I’ve done a little work and got a google group going for convergent Friends and it’s up and running. There are some pretty neat features that this group offers:

1. It’s got a built in list-serve email, where you can subscribe and send emails for larger conversations.

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We already have a list-serve email hosted on but which will still be in operation as well.

2. There are discussion boards where topics can be posted and discussed.

3. “Pages” where static information can be created, similar to the way I was using my wiki.

4. We can also get in contact with other quaker bloggers via their profiles.

5. Finally you can upload files to be shared with others, this will be great for resources that are put together.

I am hoping that it will be a place to gather ideas in one central area.

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Published by Wess Daniels

Teacher, author, Quaker, ​and public theologian. Director of Friends Center and Quaker Studies at Guilford College.

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