Hearts and Hands for God
The new group will then meet regularly every two weeks at Culcheth Methodist Church on
Thursday evenings between 7pm and 9pm.
(Go to the church calendar for dates of subsequent gatherings)
Refreshments will be available.
The group will be an opportunity for us to meet in a peaceful and prayerful environment to de-stress, and re-charge our batteries, while engaging in a range of different craft activities.
Chatting to others and sharing our knowledge and skills.
You are welcome to bring your own craft project, and just come and chat to others whilst you work, but there will also be two or three activities available each time for you to turn your hand to and have a go.
No previous experience is required.
As the group develops we hope to make items which can be given to charity, such as blankets for the homeless, or items that can be sold to raise money for charity or for the church. There will also be projects for items which can be used in the church or prayer corner (banners, cushions etc), and of course you may be knitting or making something for your own friends or family.
Please make a note of the dates, put them in your diary and we'll see you there.
Encourage your friends and family to join us — the more the merrier.
For further details contact: Caroline 07970 641818.
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