This event was rescheduled from October 18th to December 13th. If you previously registered for the October Reading Group and would still like to attend at this new time, there’s no need to re-register. If you have any questions about your registration status, you can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In December, we will be reading our bestselling pamphlet Radical Hospitality (PHP #427) by Lloyd Lee Wilson. You can purchase a copy of this popular publication at the following links:
Our Reading Group focuses on Pendle Hill pamphlets and other Quaker readings, gathering to consider queries about the reading in a spirit of worship sharing.
Thanks to the generous support of the Friends Foundation for the Aging, we’re able to make this and other free, online programs accessible to f/Friends of all ages.
Janaki Spickard Keeler, M.S.S., L.C.S.W. is a life-long Quaker, writer, and family therapist. She has a masters degree in social work from Bryn Mawr College and did her undergraduate study at Smith College in political science and mathematics. As a clinical social worker, she unites writing with sacred change, helping people re-author the narratives of their lives in a direction that better fits their deep truths.
Janaki stewards the Pendle Hill Pamphlets series of essays on Quaker perspectives on contemporary themes, serves her yearly meeting as coordinator of the Friends Counseling Service, and blogs occasionally at The Quietest Quaker. She is a member of Chestnut Hill Monthly Meeting (PYM).