Elgin's Holy Trinity Church recognizes quilters

  • Vicar Andrea DeLaney talks with Trinity Bear (the companion for children's sermons) about the 42 quilts created by Holy Trinity quilters for donation to Lutheran World Relief. The quilts will warm Ukrainian refugees.

    Vicar Andrea DeLaney talks with Trinity Bear (the companion for children's sermons) about the 42 quilts created by Holy Trinity quilters for donation to Lutheran World Relief. The quilts will warm Ukrainian refugees. Courtesy of Bruce Cook

 
 
Updated 7/11/2022 4:17 PM

On Sunday, July 10, the Holy Trinity Quilters Group was recognized for creating 42 quilts for donation and shipment to Lutheran World Relief.

This achievement represents three months of dedicated work.

 

The quilts will warm families as part of Lutheran World Relief's support for Ukrainian refugees.

Lutheran World Relief, founded in 1945, is an international non-governmental organization that focuses on sustainable development projects and disaster relief and recovery. Learn more at lwr.org.

The church is located in the heart of the downtown Elgin Historic District at 357 Division St. During the summer, it offers worship at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, in person and online. Sunday worship is broadcast on WRMN 1410 AM and livestreamed via holytrinityelgin.com/livestream.

Follow the church at www.facebook.com/HolyTrinityElgin or www.instagram.com/holytrinityelgin/

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