The Japanese-American human rights activist is at Haverford virtually this semester to educate and reflect on his life's work.
Once again this year, a wonderful group of Haverford graduates have joined Quaker Voluntary Service and will be living in community, deepening their relationship between Spirit and action, and working for local non-profit social justice organizations.
A Quaker video project by Friends Journal.
Each semester, on the first Sunday and Monday of finals week, the Quaker Affairs Office sponsors an overnight retreat, open to all interested students, at the Pendle Hill Quaker adult study center in Wallingford, PA.
Fourth Day Meeting
Wednesday: 10:30 – 11:00 a.m.
Center for Spiritual and Religious Life (WCC 207)
This time-honored tradition of keeping a quiet space for reflection and community is cherished by many staff, faculty and students. We would be delighted to have you join us if you are ever on campus during that time.