In earlier times, far-flung Quaker meetings looked for spiritual deepening in the visits of traveling ministers. Debbie Humphries is one present-day Friend who has responded to a call to travel in ministry. In this new pamphlet she describes her preparation to serve this call faithfully and shares what she has learned from her experiences. Read more
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Open Heart, Peaceful Mind
Relax into a time of serene rest and renewal, and open to the new year’s unfolding with a retreat that honors your heart, mind, and soul. With leader Valerie Brown. Read more
For the Love of Music
From Bach's St. Matthew Passion and Beethoven's Missa Solemnis to the mysteries of Hildegard von Bingen, pianist Glenn Gould, and cellist Yo Yo Ma, Maestro Karl Middleman loves to open the world of classical and contemporary music to all comers, be they neophytes or long-time listeners. Read more
Creative Reflection: New Year's Arts and Spirituality
Coached by Melanie Weidner, you will give in to the sacred, creative rhythms of your inner life. And you will express that inspiration through fun, paper arts collage, and simple creative writing. Read more
All three workshops will take place on Monday, December 28, 2015 through Friday, January 1, 2016.
Rev. Pastor J.R. Norwood
Dec 7, 2015 at 7:30pm in The Barn. Free and open to the public. This event will be streamed live over the Internet – registration available here.
While most of the indigenous people of our area were driven away generations ago, there remain Lenni-Lenape people still living in historic tribal communities in the Delaware Bay region.
This lecture will discuss the continuing history of these Lenape communities, which merged with the closely related Nanticoke people of the Delmarva, shedding light on their current struggles and concerns. Read more
On Tuesday, December 1, Pendle Hill will join over 30,000 organizations around the world in celebrating #GivingTuesday. Established in 2012, #GivingTuesday promotes charitable giving and community service during the holiday season. By donating to us, and sharing your Pendle Hill memories in your social media conversations, you can help us to "lift up" Pendle Hill for the world to see.
Your contribution to Pendle Hill will help us continue to provide a unique and needed space for seekers of all backgrounds. Pendle Hill provides a sanctuary, a place for provocative learning and transformative dialogue, a community, and a hub for Quakers and others who want to sink into and develop themselves as spiritual beings.
You and we are a community to be lifted up together! Read more
Please support Pendle Hill by:
Making a donation to our Annual Fund on or by December 1, here.
Following us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram and sharing your Pendle Hill-related photos, memories and stories via the hashtags #LiftUpPendleHill and #GivingTuesday. Tag our account (@pendle_hill) so we can find and share your posts with others.
Encouraging your family and friends to #LiftUpPendleHill on #GivingTuesday, December 1.
Lynda and Martin Williams
Nov 30, 2015 at 7:30pm in The Barn. Free and open to the public.
Lynda and Martin will discuss the establishment of Quakerism in Wales. They were the wardens (resident elders, event managers, and caretakers) for the Pales Quaker Meeting House, Radnorshire, Wales (pictured) for 22 years before coming to Pendle Hill earlier this fall to serve as Friends in Residence. Read more
Simple, savory, and suprisingly filling, this hearty recipe is accented by feta cheese and dried cranberries. A favorite at this time of year, this tantalizing fall dish was created by former Pendle Hill cooks Hannah Upp and Katie Maley. Just a few simple steps stand between you and a truly satisfying meal. Read more