Pebble Hill Church in Doylestown, Pa., is an “interfaith community and peace site dedicated to celebrating diversity and honoring the spirit that connects all things, respecting all the world’s religions and the path of each individual,” according to its press releases. “Pebble Hill is a sanctuary; a place where mindfulness is cultivated and personal dignity is paramount. To that end, its gallery offers art exhibits promoting peace. The ever-changing artwork is considered the sanctuary’s “stained glass windows.”
“To respect and support our creative process and each individual’s spiritual journey are core beliefs. By purposefully placing the arts in the center of the life and worship of our community, we honor the creative flow present within us all.”
The current Peace Show can be seen through Sept. 28 and is a way to amplify the call for peace voiced by families and friends of victims of Sept. 11. Causes include civil liberties, women’s rights, environmentalism, child soldiers, war/peace, Palestine, children’s art therapy, victims of hurricane Katrina and more. Twenty-five percent of sale prices goes to charities that support these causes.
Pictured: “Nothing to Kill or Die For” by Sam Wilson