The Shawl Ministry
is made of a group of wonderful women who volunteer their time and talents in crocheting or knitting blankets and shawls, praying over them and presenting them to those who are ill or have lost loved ones.
They pray that the recipients feel the warmth of God's love as they wrap themselves up in these beautiful blankets and shawls.
The women also present new parents and babies being baptized with baby blankets. They also make mittens and hats which they distribute to shelters.
If you would like to be part in this ministry or donate yarn, financial support, please call the church office.
The Shawl Ministry
May 31-June 2:
OFFICERS for 2019:
President: Linda Morey
Vice-President: Lisa Gnibus
Secretary: Elna Morton
Treasurer: Fran Dumas
Super Bowl "SOUP" Sale
Prayer & Self Denial
Plan for Mother/Daughter Brunch
Set up for Mother/Daughter Brunch
Mother/Daughter Brunch (10.00 a.m.)
Picnic with the Shawl Ministry -Election of 2020 Officers
Day Apart - Wesley Woods
World Thank Offering
Planning for 2019
Chili Cook Off & Family Night
Pack Christmas Cookies
Meetings are the 2nd Monday of each month at 11:00 a.m.
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Our programs are geared toward women and children of the Bible, in history and modern day.
We are funded by donations from the membership and fund raising events. We support the district and conference units with annual missions such as, The Refuge and Rainbow Connection which are missions of the United Methodist Alliance.
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