The PYM Calendar

Please note: The PYM Calendar is for all events in the PYM region under the care of any Quaker meeting, organization, school, committee, collaborative, or other group. Events hosted by individuals are not permitted.

Jan 21 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Pendle Hill Book Talk: Life Is Funny, but It Ain't No Joke @ The Barn at Pendle Hill | Nether Providence Township | Pennsylvania | United States
4:00 pm
Spiritual counselor and author RegE Walker introduces his book, “Life Is Funny, but It Ain’t No Joke” relating his spiritual journey and the wisdom sayings he learned on the hero’s journey from false identification of the self as ego to his return to his true self. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing.
Jan 28 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Book Talk: A Civil Life in an Uncivil Time @ The Barn at Pendle Hill | Nether Providence Township | Pennsylvania | United States
4:00 pm
Join Paula Tarnapol Whitacre as she speaks about her research and writing of her recent biography of Julia Wilbur, a Quaker abolitionist who in 1862 moved from the hotbed of Northern abolitionism in Rochester, NY, to Alexandria, VA, at the very edge of the Civil War to help African American refugees from enslavement and wounded Union soldiers. Copies of “A ...
Feb 2 @ 7:00 pm – Feb 3 @ 5:30 pm
Values in Action: A Trinity Insitute Conference @ Pendle Hill | Rose Valley | Pennsylvania | United States
7:00 pm
Trinity Church in New York City annually sponsors a conference with inspiring and provocative speakers, which it livestreams at host sites around the world. Pendle Hill we be a host site for the 2018 conference allowing people in Philadelphia area to assemble together to view and hear the speakers and engage in discussion groups between the speakers. The speakers announced ...
May 25 – May 28 all-day
Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology @ Pendle Hill | Owosso | Michigan | United States
12:00 am
Since 1943, the Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology has gathered annually on Memorial Day Weekend. A meeting between Carl Jung and a group of Quakers during World War II spawned the conference as an effort to help members and others know themselves more deeply, and thus, perhaps reduce the likelihood of a repeat of the war. Today the conference ...