• Time: 5:00 PM - 12:00 PM

    Location: Pendel Hill, Wallingford, PA

    Our women’s retreat is a sacred time where we can slow down, breathe deeply and experience God at work in our lives and all around us. Using the images of garden and wilderness, seed and soil, watering and waiting, plants and trees, we will explore how God cultivates and grows our spirits. We will open to the wonder of God’s creation in and around us in the beautiful setting of Pendle Hill Retreat and Conference Center. Join us fora weekend that will refresh and replenish your soul!

    The weekend starts with check-in from 5-6pm on Friday, March 29. Activities begin with dinner on Friday evening from 6-7pm, followed by a Welcome and Session 1. The retreat concludes on Sunday, March 31 around noon, following our time of worship together. 

    Pendle Hill

    338 Plush Mill Rd, Wallingford, PA • pendlehill.org

    Pendle Hill is a Quaker retreat center that has sought to manifest God’s love for everyone over the past 80 years. Located on 25 ecologically diverse acres, they’re home to over 140 species of trees and shrubs and have an outdoor walking labyrinth. They work to support a way of life that is environmentally, socially, and fiscally sustainable; and to be inclusive, respectful, and supportive of all people. Preparing meals is a ministry of love and concern, supporting local farmers and enjoying veggies from their own garden.

    Registration due by February 13, 2020
    Fee includes lodging on Friday & Saturday nights and five meals. We appreciate full payment at the time of registration, or you may pay with installments as listed below.  Partial scholarships of $50 are available upon request. Please contact Jennie Clark for more info. Please note: bathrooms are not private in each room. There are sinks in the rooms and shared bathrooms in the hallway.

    • Single Room ($285/person)
    • Double Room: Two Beds ($245/person)
    • Commuter: Lodging at Home ($105/person)
    • Day: Attending Saturday, March 28 ($80/person)

    Click here to register or register below.

  • Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

    Location: Sanctuary

    The Chancel Choir and string orchestra presents Requiem for the Living and other reflective choral music as part of this year's Lenten musical offering. Why a requiem for the living? Aren’t they all? Critics have proclaimed this Requiem one of the most beautiful and moving works of this type yet heard. It embraces the listeners in warmth, peacefulness, radiance, and comfort. The piece has vibrant rhythms, a very strong sense of forward motion, and a certain inevitability that keeps listeners ever alert to its unfolding wonders.

     

    Click here to live stream the Requiem. 

  • Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    How do I avoid getting hacked? What does hacking mean? What do I do if I get a weird looking email from Pastor Don or someone else? These questions and more will be answered at this presentation on best practices when using your computer and the internet, and how to easily avoid unwanted computer attacks. Questions? Contact Lynn George.

  • Time: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Enjoy a night of games with your church friends! The evening begins with a delicious meal followed by fellowship and games. No cost to attend, just bring your favorite board or card game. Childcare provided for children under 5. Click here to RSVP. Questions? Contact Sue Spotts.

  • Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Vespers is an intergenerational weekly Sunday worship service followed by a meal. Worship will begin at 5:00pm with a meal at 5:45pm. Childcare provided for children under 5. The sacrament of communion will be celebrated each week. Questions? Contact Jon Frost.

    RSVP for childcare and food estimate:

  • Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Location: The Site (Rm. 414-415)

    This training will help attendees become Gatekeeperswho can recognize a crisis and the warning signs that someone might be contemplating suicide. By following the simple steps of QPR, they can get others help and provide hope. Participants need no additional clinical training or education. Click HERE to register for this free training.

  • Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    Location: Pica's Restaurant 1233 West Chester Pike, West Chester

    We invite any widowed person to join us for dinner and a time of fellowship and support. RSVP to Carol Olver.

  • Time: 12:15 AM - 1:15 AM

    Location: Library

    This week we received our certification as an Earth Care Congregation. Now we are looking for more ways to be good stewards of the environment. With the 50th anniversary of Earth Day this spring, it is a perfect time to get more involved in caring for our planet. Interested in being part of our relaunch of our Care of Creation team, join us for an informational meeting. Questions? Contact Ann Hatfield.