Are you or someone you know spiritually called to help heal and repair the world? If so, check out Pendle Hill’s five-month long, online/on-campus program Answering the Call to Radical Faithfulness, which focuses on deepening our skills in spiritual practice, grassroots organizing, and nonviolent action. This innovative new interfaith program includes four training residencies at Pendle Hill Hill, weekly readings and online learning activities, and fieldwork projects in each participant’s community. The program runs from October through February.
For More Information
Visit our website at www.pendlehill.org/learn/radicalfaithfulness or contact PFM meeting member Steve Chase, who is the program director, at email@example.com or 610-566-4507,x 123. Some scholarship funds are still available.
Radical Faithfulness Program Participant Testimonial
“As a woman from the Deep South and an Episcopal priest, I have spent much of my professional life addressing issues of justice. However, after the non-indictment of those who killed Eric Garner, it was like a light switch went off deep inside of me. I had to act. I have done lots of leadership and mediation training work, but none focused on justice-based groups. I recognized the need for resources to help me know how to keep investing in the work that I so passionately cared about for the long run and connect the dots more intentionally between my faith and my activism. What I have discovered in the Radical Faithfulness program is a community that will be part of my life forever. Pendle Hill feels to me like stepping through the veil into one of this world’s thin places. The faculty is simply outstanding, giving space, calling forth new insights, drawing things out of me I did not know were there. The community of learners is richly diverse. In our meetings, we crossed over from polite early relationships to deeply demanding, powerfully real engagement. I can’t wait to see what will unfold next.”
Director of Education
338 Plush Mill Road
Wallingford, PA 19086-6023
(610) 566-4507, ext. 123