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Continuing Revolution Conference on Integrity

Jun 3-8, 2016

Continuing Revolution Coordinator: Katrina McQuail; Continuing Revolution Assistant Coordinator: Amy Greulich
Pendle Hill's Continuing Revolution Conference

Continuing Revolution: Integrity as a Radical Act

Please contact Katrina for more information.

610-566-4507, ext. 123

Young Adult Friends and seekers (ages 18-35) are invited to Pendle Hill’s annual intensive six-day conference – Continuing Revolution – designed to strengthen a networked generation of awakened and effective spiritually grounded change agents. This year, we will be focusing on the Integrity testimony. Check out the things we’re reading, listening to, and watching to start engaging with this topic in advance on our Facebook page. The program includes inspirational speakers, workshops and trainings, worship and worship-sharing, fellowship, community-building activities, opportunities for movement, and discernment opportunities.

>> Click to apply online. Click to read our eNewsletter (2015). Click to view the program. <<

The annual Continuing Revolution conference is designed for all young adult Friends who feel a movement in our generation to create the world we believe is possible, and to live into Right Relationship with the Divine, one another and the earth.

The annual conference is open and welcoming to young adult Quakers of all backgrounds, experiences and Friends’ theologies. While we recognize that this gathering is firmly rooted in the unprogrammed Friends’ tradition, we also believe the thematic content to be urgently relevant to all branches of Quakerism and hope all interested young adults will feel that their voices belong at this table. Click here to apply online, or click the following link to get a better sense of what to expect. To learn more about the origin of the Continuing Revolution name, click here.


Continuing Revolution 2015 group – click to enlarge

Each year, interested individuals are asked to submit an application for this program so that we have a better understanding of each participant’s background and hopes. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, and applicants are notified within 2-3 weeks of submitting their application. Apply early, as space is limited!

Conference fees for 2016 are $325 for all six days, including program, room, and board. Part-time participation is possible, as is commuting. Scholarship assistance will be available to those who need support (see questions at the bottom of the application (when it is available) for information on how to request assistance).

For more information on the conference, contact Katrina McQuail, Conference Coordinator, or read our excellent Continuing Revolution article which appeared in Friends Journal in 2015.