Date(s) - 03/23/2021
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Mary Penry (1735-1804) was an ordinary woman who lived an extraordinary life thanks to Bethlehem and Lititz’s Moravian communities, where she lived. She traveled widely, was obsessed by the Revolution and early republic’s politics, and kept up a vast correspondence with Moravians and non-Moravians worldwide. She also remained single for her entire life, which was an option available to very few women in early America. Her writings, which Scott Gordon collected and published as The Letters of Mary Penry in 2018, offer a sustained look at the single Moravian woman’s spiritual and social life.
Note this event will be streamed live on FaceBook, and registrants will receive a Zoom link on Monday, March 22!
Bookings are closed for this event.