Pendle Hill’s new certificate training program, Answering the Call to Radical Faithfulness, is designed for people of faith who want to learn how to foster a sustainable society that embodies care and concern for the natural world, social and economic justice, grassroots democracy, nonviolence, and peace. Students in this training program will:
- engage in four educational residencies on Pendle Hill’s 23-acre campus
- participate in extensive online discussion of readings and personal experiences between residencies
- implement a fieldwork project in a social change organization of their choice, and
- complete a major social change writing project.
Throughout the program, students will be supported by a team of faith leaders, nonviolent action trainers, and community organizers coordinated by Pendle Hill’s Director of Education Steve Chase. For more information, click on the links below, or contact Steve Chase, Director of Education, at 610-566-4507, ext. 123.
Applying to the Program
Who Should Participate?
Program Learning Objectives
Core Components of the Program
Program Schedule and Themes
A Word About Online Learning
Program Costs and Scholarships
Faculty and Advisors