Spring 2014 Workshops
April 5 - October 11, 2014 (Seven Saturdays: April 5, May 3, June 14, July 12, August 2, September 13, October 11 - 10:00 to 4:00 with lunch from the Pendle Hill kitchen)
Experience Pendle Hill’s half-acre organic garden through seven months of the growing season in this dynamic 7-day course.
April 11-13, 2014 Fri - Sun (2 nights)
George Lakey, Ingrid Lakey, and Sarah Willie-LeBreton
Yes, a heritage of class and race divisions does impair movements for peace and for social and environmental justice, but awareness can make a difference. This weekend offers specific understandings and tools that support unity and collaboration.
April 25-27, 2014 Fri - Sun (2 nights)
To work effectively and efficiently with and through others, it is important to build and maintain organizational trust.This course is designed to respond to the recognition that we cannot do all that needs to be done ourselves; therefore, we must find ways to work with and through others.
May 9-11, 2014 Fri - Sun (2 nights)
Brian Drayton with Fran Taber
How can you describe Quaker spiritual experience in words? During this weekend, we will explore this language and use it to gain new awareness concerning our own spiritual lives, the lives of our meetings, and our ministry.
May 11-15, 2014 Sun - Thur (4 nights)
At the beginning of Quakerism, great power moved through the faithful lives and witness of ordinary people who responded to God's transforming call. This course will provide the opportunity to examine the spiritual journey experienced by early Friends and to reflect on our own experiences today.
May 30-June 1, 2014 Fri - Sun (2 nights)
Slow down . . . for goodness’ sake. Pull off the highway and into the beautiful rest area that Pendle Hill provides, and gather a deeper sense of your own goodness.