Pendle Hill: Weaving Yourself Toward Wholeness

Friday, November 30, 2018 - 15:15 to Sunday, December 2, 2018 - 14:15
15th Street Meeting

Nov 30-Dec 2, 2018


With Jesse White and Jocelyn Emerson
$495/private room; $430/shared room; $300/commuter.

If you are seeking financial assistance to participate in this program, call 610-566-4507, ext. 137. Do NOT register online.

Weaving can be a form of prayer and spiritual nourishment. Create a weaving that embodies healing specific to your needs, in the spirit of an altar cloth, a prayer shawl, or a medicine cloth. Guided meditations will help you identify your personal place of healing. As you weave your piece, the meditations will guide you in the process, and you will be led in its creation, its colors, its patterning, and more. There will be opportunities for journaling, sharing with one another, and spending time in nature. Both those new to weaving and established weavers are welcome. Bring your own loom, or use a Pendle Hill hand loom.




Jesse WhiteJesse White is the Arts and Spirituality Coordinator at Pendle Hill. She holds a B.A. in Integrative Studies: Creative and Spiritual Process joined with a B.A. in Psychology from Guilford College. Jesse works as an arts educator and art therapist and directs Pigeon Arts, a cathartic art-making organization in Philadelphia. She is clerk of Frankford Friends Meeting (PA).


Jocelyn EmersonJocelyn Emerson is a pastor, spiritual counselor, and energy healer. Founder and director of Weaving Sacred Spaces, Jocelyn uses her skills to guide her clients in the tender work of soul archeology and soul healing. She compassionately helps soul clients release limiting beliefs and obstacles, uncover and heal soul wounds, and empowers them to live a life full of joy, love, peace, and freedom in full alignment with the Divine.




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