Image, Rose Window After Notre Dame, by Connor McManus, used with his permission



George Fox
Carl Jung

The Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology is one of the oldest conferences in the U.S. dedicated to individual spiritual exploration with a focus on depth psychology, specifically Jungian psychology. 


The conference began in the dark shadow of war in 1943.  A group of Quakers, many trained as Jungian analysts and psychologists, came to see how coming to know one’s inner landscape through dreams, creative work, and active imagination actually supported the life of the spirit.  The inward journey through the dark and light of the unconscious, they discovered, helped the Inner Light shine more brightly.


Today, a darkness similar to the time when our founders created the community of FCRP has settled on the world, making the work we do and share more relevant and more important than ever.


FCRP takes place annually and is held on Memorial Day weekend.  Because of the pandemic, we will hold our May conference as a hybrid, both virtually and in-person at the Quaker retreat center, Pendle Hill near Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. 


FCRP’s sister organization, the Washington Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology (WFCRP) traditionally takes place over President’s Day weekend in February at Claggett Center in Adamstown, Virginia.