It is with joy that we announce we have begun to meet again in-person! Stitching Ministry has persevered throughout this challenging time, meeting through Zoom, knitting at home while practicing safe, social distancing and continuing to deliver items to those most in need. We meet to lovingly hand-knit or crochet items that are given to those in need of warmth and care. In support of Bayview Mission, San Francisco Homeless Prenatal Program, Laguna Honda Nursing Home, the San Francisco Night Ministry, and beyond, our works clothe and comfort the most vulnerable.
In addition to supplies and tools, our members will offer you, advice and encouragement so don’t worry if you’re just a beginner or if your skills are rusty.
Note from the Ministry: Hi friends – the Stitching Ministry will be on hiatus for its next two biweekly meetings, Aug. 29 and Sept. 5.
Where is it?
We traditionally meet in the Chapter House Library. However, we may instead meet outside on the plaza for the health and safety of our knitters. Please inquire in advance for current health guidelines and/or look for signs posted on the Chapter House Library doors.
When is it?
We meet on the first, third and fifth (if there is a fifth) Sunday of every month from 12:45 –2:45 pm except holiday weekends.
How do I get involved?
We are definitely accepting new volunteers. You don’t have to come to our meetings in order to make things for us, and you are welcome to come to our meetings even if you aren’t making anything for us. For more information, contact The Rev. Canon Mark Stanger.
What time commitment is expected?
Feel free to drop in for any or all of our meetings.
Email: [email protected]