LWMLC group helps congregation explore avenues of mission service

DASHWOOD, Ont. – A Mission Service Sunday was recently held at Zion Lutheran Church,
Dashwood, Ontario, starting before divine service with the Sunday school children learning about some of the different ways they can help others. After worship, the congregation grabbed a beverage and a sweet treat and learned about the different ways everyone can participate in mission service. Work stations included trimming used stamps, making (weaving and crocheting) milk bag mats (milk bags are not available in all parts of Canada), rolling bandages, cutting and sorting quilt patches, trimming and bundling Campbells soup labels, and making
Touch Quilts for those with Alzheimers.

submitted by Doris Osgood

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2 Responses to “LWMLC group helps congregation explore avenues of mission service”

  1. Marilyn Schultz Says:

    A great idea!! Thanks for sharing. What are touch quilts? I would really like more information.


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