What is White Cross?
The term “White Cross” dates back to World War I, when church women gathered together to roll bandages for the Red Cross and to make quilts for orphanages. Nowadays, we meet regularly to work on finishing quilt tops or other handwork projects. Completed projects are donated to worthy causes or added to our missionary cupboard.
Women who enjoy Christian fellowship and working with their hands—no previous sewing experience is necessary.
Mothers: your babies are welcome (and passed around for hugs and cuddles). Toddlers and young children can occupy themselves near you, and older kids can probably help.
Usually 2nd Thursday of the month (or, whenever we have projects to complete).
Hands willing to work,
A potluck dish to share (lunch follows work),
Optional: free-will offering (Contributions help purchase fabric and necessary supplies.)