Prayer Shawl Ministry meets weekly on Monday mornings at church and fellowship while making the shawls.
The Prayer Shawl Ministry extends a message of hope to all who receive one of our beautiful shawls. Our volunteer knitters and crocheters do this as a tradition of faith believing that the shawls and the prayers offered for the shawls will comfort and even transfer healing to those receiving the prayer shawls. The work of our volunteers sustains a tidal wave of caring as they turn yarn into wraps that are interwoven with prayers. Those who receive these handmade expressions of love are buoyed by the spiritual comfort they experience while wearing their prayer shawls. The shawls are not only given to those who are sick or injured, but to those celebrating the birth of a child as well. Those given to newborn babies become a keepsake and reminder of the joy of that new life coming into the family. If you are talented in this craft or just want to learn, please contact us today at email@example.com and we will give you more information on joining this team.