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Scarves in the Pews

Do you listen better when your hands are busy? If so, our Comfort Stitchers group invites you to participate in a new project, “Scarves in the Pews”.

If you knit or crochet, look for the appropriate bag on the clothes tree in the back of the sanctuary. Take the bag to your seat, stitch a few rows during worship (according to the provided “Trinity” (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) pattern) and after worship return everything to the clothes tree. When your scarf is completed, place the bag by the church mailboxes.  All completed scarves will be distributed to people in need.  See Sandy Christian with any questions.


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  1. Lisa Thompson says:

    I was browsing thru the Lower Susquehanna Synod site for ELCA, to review events going on at other congregations. I love Mt Joy and was drawn to your website. I like to ‘spread myself out’ in outreach projects of other parishes. I was interested in helping to make scarves, hats, or any other item I can help with (I knit and crochet, make jewelry, and cross stitch). Could you send me the pattern for this Scarves in the Pews pattern, and I can make some for your as well as my congregation (Trinity Lutheran in Wrightsville)? I like to feel useful and needed. Thanks! Lisa Thompson NOTE: It’s easier to reach me via cell: 717-781-9158

    • Elayne Olson says:

      Hello Lisa –
      Our group meets the first Monday every month, Sept – June. I’ll forward the request to the group.
      Elayne Olson

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