Li­on­ess Club craft expo

Yarrawonga Chronicle - - On The Land -

It is craft expo time again and the big event will be held Satur­day, April 21 at the ClubMul­wala Au­di­to­rium from 10am to 5pm.

Dis­plays of beau­ti­ful arts and crafts, in­clud­ing weav­ing, knit­ting and cro­chet, spin­ning, jew­ellery, card mak­ing, dolls and ted­dies, em­broi­dery, quilt­ing and patch­work, wood work and lace mak­ing with many ex­perts work­ing on the day.

Many sites will be sell­ing ma­te­ri­als for all types of projects, threads, but­tons, yarns, laces etc.

A raf­fle and lucky door prizes will be drawn. A Mel­bourne doll re­pairer will be on site to re­pair or give your old favourite doll a new look.

All pro­ceeds of the expo are to be do­nated to pur­chase spe­cial hospi­tal equip­ment.

Thanks to all for tak­ing part and for the sup­port.

Lucy Moore, from the orig­i­nal Messy Church, ex­plains how Messy Church got its name.

“God is in­ter­ested in peo­ple and fam­i­lies who are “messy”, rather than those who seem per­fect,” Lucy said.

“Je­sus spent a lot of his time with peo­ple who were out­siders, rather than with peo­ple who lived by the rule book, but didn’t seem to need God.

“Messy Church says that peo­ple don’t have to be per­fect to get to know God, it’s a place where peo­ple can feel wel­come and com­fort- able, even if they have never been to church be­fore,” she said.

The next “Messy Church” ser­vice is on Sun­day, April 15 at St Cuth­bert’s Angli­can Church Hall in Piper St, Yar­ra­wonga, from 5 to 7pm. There will be ac­tiv­i­ties and games re­lat­ing to the Easter story and a cel­e­bra­tion fol­lowed by a shared home cooked meal. A small do­na­tion at the door would be ap­pre­ci­ated. If you would like to at­tend or want to know more, please con­tact the team at yarraang@big­pond. net.au or fol­low Yar­ra­won­gaAngli­canPar­ish on face­book.

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