Clean out your closets and attics and join us for a clothing swap to benefit the Little Kitchen Food Shelf!
Bring your clean & gently used clothing and accessories (shoes, purses, jewelry, etc). We’ll have labeled tables so you can sort your items by size. Then check out what others have brought! We’ll have some changing spaces available if you want to try things on.
Take home anything that works for you. Whatever isn’t claimed will be donated to the Little Kitchen Food Shelf garage sale on Friday and Saturday. This garage sale benefits our no-restrictions no-boundaries food shelf serving up to 800 households per month.
Sunday, June 4, 2017
11:15am education hour (after worship)
Understanding Childhood Traumatic Stress:
A Guide for Parents, Grandparents, and Caregivers
1) What is Childhood Traumatic Stress?
2) How Can I Help My Child at Home?
3) Where is God in Trauma Healing?
Sandy Carlson-Kortebein, MSW, LICSW
Fiber art in two and three dimensions, featuring Debbie Boyles, Nancy Condon, Jennifer Conrad, David Hamlow, Kristin Hoelscher-Schacker and Kate Vinson.
Hours during Art-A-Whirl®: Saturday May 20, 2pm to 7pm; Sunday May 21, Noon to 5pm.
Walk-In hours in May: Monday through Friday by appointment, call 612-788-2444 if you would like to visit. On exhibit through May 31, 2017.
Saturday, May 20th will also be our regular Community Dinner at 5:30pm!
Building a Box City: Interactive All-Ages Community Art
We’ll have art and craft supplies of every kind and tons of cardboard — the rest is up to you! What does a city need? Skyscrapers, houses, a library, a school? How about a waterpark or a zoo or even a dinosaur exhibit? Maybe your kids want to grow up to be firefighters, or animal doctors, or archeologists…. so let’s build a fire station, a vet clinic, and a big box of dirt to dig in. Grab a shoebox (provided) and let’s build an amazing city together! Sunday, May 21, 12 PM – 5 PM.
Friday, June 23: 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday, June 24 : 8 am to 4 pm
Sale held at Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church parking lot on the corner of 27th and Johnson St NE.
This is a Name Your Price Sale. Gather your treasures, then name your price!
All proceeds benefit the Little Kitchen Food Shelf,
a ministry of Grace Lutheran Church
Your donations needed. Please bring your gently used items to the sale on Friday 6/23 between 8 am and 12 pm. The more we have to sell, the more money we can make for the food shelf! No large furniture please.
If you would like to volunteer or need to drop off donations early, please contact Beth.
Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 1:30 PM
It’s time for mothers, daughters, sisters and friends to gather at this annual, elegant event. The tea will be held in Mary & Martha’s Tea Room (AKA the Grace Center Multipurpose Room).
Tickets are as follows:
Young Ladies (5 – 12 yrs): $7.00
Little Ladies (under 5 yrs): No Charge
Reservations are requested by May 2 (or earlier), seating is limited. For tickets, please see or contact Jennifer Fischer (612-781-1117 or Snooky1022@comcast.net) or call the church office at 612-788-2444.
The tea is a fundraiser; $5 of the $15 ticket is tax deductible. Hats are strongly encouraged, and no jeans please.
The event will include a quilt raffle and small marketplace available before and after the tea. If you would like to donate handmade items for sale in the marketplace, the MDSF Tea Team suggests items that are knitted, crocheted, sewn, embroidered, cross-stitched, or are jewelry or ceramics. If you have questions about what to donate, please see or speak with Jennifer Fischer or Kathy Munson.