Please also check the calendar for scheduled events and activities.
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Our current group project: We're making 300 drawstring bags for a local hospice. This is a sewing project, but you don't have to know how to sew to help. Please join us if you're interested.
Our purpose is to provide Christian fellowship, to encourage each other, to grow together, to support Christian missions-- and to do crafts.
Please consider joining us to work on your own personal project to help with one of our ongoing ministry projects:
Baby blankets and caps for little ones in the NICU at Munson Medical Center
Stuffed dolls or bears for SBC missionaries to give to children in the communities where they are sharing the Gospel
Greeting cards and handwritten personal notes
Handmade hats, scarves, and mittens for the October winter outerwear giveaway and our neighbors in need.
Hospital gowns for hospice patients; blankets for patients and family members
Crochet-top towels for gifts to visitors and new members
Many of our projects are used to support missions, from local to international. No experience necessary! Join us for fellowship, learning, and service.
Our most recent group project was to bake cookies for the staff at MediLodge of Leelanau in Sutton's Bay as a thank you for their dedication to the residents in their care.
One of our ongoing projects is making baby blankets for the little ones staying in Munson Medical Center Neonatal ICU.
These teddy bears are hand-sewn, stuffed with love, and have hand-embroidered faces. They were given to a local organization for the children they serve who come to them for help with healing from trauma.
These blankets were tied and donated to Munson Medical Center for their Blankets for Veterans Program. These went to veteran patients on Veterans Day 2019 to honor and thank them.
Women's Bible Study Ministry: In Fall 2018 the Wednesday morning women's Bible study baked and delivered cookies to some local Kingsley businesses to thank them for their service to the community.