SERVING OTHERS LOCALLY, REGIONALLY AND GLOBALLY
This year Outreach has supported:
- Door of Life Pantry with food, paper goods and personal items
- Episcopal Relief and Development with money for disaster relief
- Door County Humane Society
- Door County Sled Dogs
- Children’s book drive
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Shawls have been made for centuries. They are universal and embracing; they comfort and enfold; wrap and warm; mother and hug. Knitters pray for the persons while they make the shawl. When the shawl is completed it is blessed. When a shawl is given, the recipient receives a card with prayers and a brief history of the prayer shawl ministry attached.
Shawls are given to those who are undergoing chemo, the bereaved, those who are going through a difficult time, someone moving away, a new mother, an ordination – – any occasion where someone could be touched by encouragement and prayer. Prayer shawls are made for those known and unknown. Making a prayer shawl helps and comforts not only the recipient, but the maker as well.
If you are interested in joining the group, know of someone who would benefit from receiving a shawl or would like to donate yarn or fleece fabric for making shawls, please contact Carol Ann Osinski at 920/746-9946 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loaves & Fishes
Loaves and Fishes offers a Free meal that is served every fourth Tuesday at Stella Maris, Sister Bay, by volunteers from the various faith communities of Northern Door County. Whether the need is financial or social, all are invited.