Free and open to the public (registration requested).
2pm-3:30pm in the Firbank Art Studio and Library
NB: This event will NOT be live streamed; registration is for attendance only.
NB: This event will be rescheduled. Please contact Jesse White, Arts & Spirituality Coordinator, at 610-566-4507, ext. 120 for more information.
In early March 2019, six women gathered with fabric artist Asake Jones in an Arts & Spirituality program to reflect on Pendle Hill’s vision statement “To create peace with justice in the world by transforming lives.” From their reflections, each participant created a panel to be pieced together in the form of a mandala, quilted, and gifted to Pendle Hill for permanent display.
Attendees of the March 2019 workshop, “Peacemaking: Quilting our Prayers and our Practices,” pictured with leader Asake Denise Jones (center)
The finished work is ready to be revealed. Please join Asake and the PeaceMaking Quilters for the unveiling of the Pendle Hill Peace Quilt, which celebrates Pendle Hill’s enduring vision during its 90th anniversary year. Guests will be invited to prayerfully consider the same questions that inspired the artists in creating the work, and the quilt and its name will be revealed.