Sowing the Seeds of Gratitude
It is with a strong sense of gratitude that we enter this new year of “sowing” and tending to the ministry of Pendle Hill. We celebrate you for helping carry us through some very uncertain times to help us fulfill our vision of creating peace with justice in the world by transforming lives. Thank you so much for your continued support.
The fiscal year that ended in August was a year of transition, as we focused on reopening safely, welcoming so many F/friends back to campus. A testament to this diligence is that we have done this without one case of COVID!
We are celebrating Pendle Hill’s 92nd birthday this year and the campus is full of activity. We are excited to bring additional in-person workshops and retreats to campus. One seed we are sowing is the Resident Student Program (March 1 – May 10), which has been re-envisioned after being laid down in 2015. The kitchen is bustling as groups once again convene, and this year the gardens have produced over 2,300 pounds of organic produce, including 100 pounds of honey to sustain and nourish our Beloved Community.
We invite you to join us on campus, whether for a weekend workshop, daily morning worship, to visit the library, or just stroll through the trails on campus to enjoy the divinity of the natural world. And please consider supporting this work with a financial contribution.
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