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A black and white photo of Daniel Berrigan.

Daniel Berrigan loved Kirkridge

Friends, Daniel Berrigan loved Kirkridge. He loved the windows and the vistas, the way nature called to him to look

A group of six white people of various ages and genders; three sitting and three standing behind them.

Where White People Get Stuck

I am writing this as a white person who sometimes gets stuck in my efforts to speak up about racism,

A large mossy stone sits between two trees overlooking the Barn.

The Stones Cry Out

Sometimes the confrontation between love and desecration is so intense that, according to scripture, even the stones will cry out.


Kirkridge is Hiring!

Position:  Part-Time Caretaker/Maintenance Person About Kirkridge Kirkridge is located on 217 acres of land (including 107 acres protected by permanent


Ceasefire in Israel/Palestine

On Tuesday night, members and friends of the Kirkridge residential community held a vigil for a ceasefire in Israel/Palestine in


Why Haven’t We Acted Sooner?

By Nichola Torbett “Why didn’t I do something sooner?” That was the question I kept asking myself when the racial


Once in a Blue Moon

By Joyce Hollyday It was a night of nature at her height of magnificence—and depth of ferocity. On August 30,


Letter to the Board

from Joyce Hollyday When Lydia was discerning her call to Kirkridge, she spun a vision that included a residential community.