Are you in your 20's or 30's and looking for a place to connect? Well this is the group for you! We meet once a month for food and fun. We've also got a young adult men's group and a young adult women's group both of which meet once a month. This group is led by Heather Homchick and Erica Baty. Contact Heather for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Led by Laura and Vince Velonza, this fellowship group for folks in their 40's and 50's gathers once a month on the last Friday of the month for a potluck dinner and fellowship. Contact Laura for more information on this exciting group: email@example.com
Come and gather once a month for a potluck lunch and an engaging program. Led by Pastor Glenn Kennedy, this group is designed for folks 60+. Contact the church office for more information: 509-325-4541 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Needlework Group’s purpose is to glorify God through needles and hooks. Members use their gifts to turn yarn into “strokes of love and care” in the form of Chemo caps, Prayer Shawls, Prayer Blankets, Stocking caps, Mittens and Scarves. Each year this Group creates hundreds of items, most of which are donated to various Cancer organizations and given out through our Food Bank. Left over yarn is crocheted into Granny Square Throws, which are given to Family Promise of Spokane. Recipients are blessed to have the beautiful creations that help to lift their spirits during some very hard days.
The group meets each Wednesday at 10:00 am in the Church Parlor.
Everyone is welcomed to join, regardless of ones knitting abilities. Simply bring your needles, yarn, and a desire to learn.
Each participant of the Art Group brings their own project and materials to work on. They enjoy their time together in fellowship with one another and in the joy of learning and creating.
The group meets on the 1st & 3rd Mondays at 9:00 am in the Church Conference room. All experience levels and mediums are invited to join.
The Dominoes group meets once a month for food, fellowship, and dominoes. You do not need to know how to play to join this group. Contact the office for more information.
The purpose of the Quilt Ministry is to provide fellowship with one another and to support the community through our love of quilting. We believe “nothing is wasted in God’s economy” and strive to create beautiful, useable quilts from donated fabric – the making of something from nothing.
While we enjoy working on our own quilts, each year many of the quilts are donated to:
- The Audubon Park Youth Auction
- UMW Bazar
- Cancer Care Northwest for clients receiving treatments
- The “My Bag” program for children in foster care
- Special projects for our community and other national and international organizations.
The Quilters meet each Tuesday from 9:30 - noon in room 303 on the second floor. There is no experience or materials needed to get started. We have patterns, scrap fabric, machines and experience that we would love to share with you.