Lioness Club craft expo
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.