A convinced Quaker finds a positive outlet for his spiritual energy.
Ross Hennesy in Friends Journal
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Ross Hennesy became a convinced Quaker in 2004 while at Harrisburg (Pa.) Meeting and has been a member of Germantown (Pa.) Meeting since 2007. He completed a master’s program in the Religious Studies Department at Temple University, and is currently working on a PhD in the same department. In 2008, he helped found a collective housing community and urban farm in Northwest Philadelphia where he continues to live. He serves as Quaker Voluntary Service’s assistant director and Philadelphia coördinator.
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