Pendle Hill Blog
Volunteer at Pendle Hill
Ongoing, regular volunteer commitment is a good way to contribute to and become a part of the Pendle Hill community!
"Pendle Hill is always our first choice..." - Conference Services looks forward to welcoming your group
Why do more than 100 organizations choose Pendle Hill for their events year after year? Here’s what Conference Services guests say about us...
We felt the sense of radical hospitality as a true ministry like no other retreat center that we have been at in the last 9 years.
Wendie Bernstein Lash, Yedidya Center for Jewish Spiritual Direction
Not only was the food at Pendle Hill delicious, it was organic, fair trade, and local....I left the experience thinking how much Pendle Hill could share with peer camps, retreat centers, and conference centers about how they do sustainable and ethical food.
Shantha Ready Alonso, National Council of Churches
Art and Identity at Pendle Hill: Caryn Wixom reflects on her experience as the Minnie Jane Quaker Artist in Residence
Caryn Wixom was the Minnie Jane Quaker Artist in Residence and a resident student at Pendle Hill during 2011-2012. Now settled in South Bend, Indiana, she is painting, drawing, and working part time. She is transferring her Quaker meeting membership to South Bend Friends Meeting and is in the process of planning her wedding! Here Caryn dialogues with Shirley Dodson about her Pendle Hill experience.
Recipe: Red Cabbage Slaw
This recipe, from Cook Jason Comcowich, was requested by a former Pendle Hill resident who wants to create its delicious blend of flavors at home.
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