Pendle Hill Campus Closed to Visitors Through October 1, 2020

As an act of Love for our neighbors and our nation, the Pendle Hill campus is currently closed to visitors until at least October 1st. We invite you to walk on our trails, but we ask that all other visitors and volunteers refrain from visiting us until further notice. Even though our physical, walk-in bookstore is closed, you can still purchase pamphlets, pamphlet subscriptions, and a variety of new and gently-read books through our online store.

Please join us online for worship, 8:30-9:10am Eastern, each morning.

April 22 ~ An Update from the Interim Executive Director

Dear Friends of Pendle Hill,

Like many other Quaker organizations, Pendle Hill has been discerning how to stay faithful to its mission in the midst of the pandemic. I am writing to tell you about some of our decisions. We continue to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our staff and potential visitors. We are focused, too, on taking steps now to assure that Pendle Hill can continue serving as a source of spiritual vitality and education long into the future.

We closed the campus to visitors on March 15. We are now announcing that while Pendle Hill ministries continue, the Pendle Hill campus will remain closed to guests until the COVID-19 coronavirus is contained, and at least until October 1, 2020.

This is an important public health decision. We want to be sure that we can provide a safe environment before reopening. Because our guests come from a variety of locations to connect with each other, we believe this to be the most responsible decision to ensure public health. We recognize this will have difficult implications for Pendle Hill’s finances, and we are saddened that much of the burden of closing will fall on members of Pendle Hill’s dedicated staff.

Learn more about this decision:

Pendle Hill’s Ministry Transcends Closed Campus
Information for Guests with Outstanding Reservations
When Will the Campus Re-Open?
Information for People/Groups Wanting to Make On-Campus Reservations
We Faithfully Await Your Return
Pendle Hill Needs Your Financial Support and Your Prayers

Pendle Hill’s Ministry Transcends Closed Campus

Even while campus is closed to guests, Pendle Hill’s vital ministry continues…

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