Hands of Grace

Hands of Grace

Mission Statement/Purpose: This group is an outreach to the members of the community to provide Christian Fellowship. We gather in friendship and support of one another, learn new skills and  produce  items as agreed upon by attending members.

Hands of Grace - formerly known as Sewing Group - has changed our name, but not our purpose!  

We continue to enjoy meeting together to create!

Sewing projects for our community have included, among others, COVID-19 masks, little girl's dresses for missions, as well as knitted/crocheted hats and scarves for the homeless.  

These hats and scarves are year-round projects, 

as are mats woven from plastic bags.

Among other projects were tote bags, star potholders, and most recently our group completed

two jewelry projects.  

Continue scrolling to view projects planned for 2022!

Hands of Grace meets in the Youth Room on

Tuesdays at 10 am.  Several have lunch together after!

Contacts for more information are:

Kristi Stewart, 770-833-6915 or

Dorothy Murray 334-830-9803

This year is filled with fun and challenging projects.  Join in or just come and socialize!

Planned for 2022:

2/1-11/22   Mat Weaving

3/1-3/15     Jewelry Making

3/29             Nominations for

                         Group Facilitator,


4/5                Group Facilitator,


4/19-4/26    Plastic Bags Holder

5/3-5/24      Bowl Coozies -

                         shown at right

5/31              Field Trip

6/7-6/14      No-Sew Christmas                              Ornaments

7/5-7/19      Scrappy Pot Holder

8/9-8/23      Squash Book  

8/30-9/6      Beginning Knitting

9/13-9/20    Napkin Folding

10/4-10/11  Ribbon Crosses

11/1-11/22  Grocery Tote Bags

12/6            Christmas Luncheon

*Do you have something in

mind you'd like to learn?  

Or teach?  Please share!

We're eager for more!


MATS and HATS are year-round mission projects.  

The mats, shown on a loom, are woven from strips of plastic shopping bags.  Each mat requires two completed weaves.  At left, Maggie Payne is weaving the two panels together.

Scrappy Potholders

Scrappy Potholders first day (July 5) was a huge success!  So many ladies, such a great way to make use of fabric scraps, such good company!  

Thanks to Debbie Whitaker for teaching us the may uses of our scraps (at left. the bag as well as the potholders)  More of this fun scheduled the next two Tuesdays.  

Do plan to join us!


Some of the hats, scarves and warm blankets that were crocheted, knitted and sewn by Sewing Group in 2021.  These were donated to

local area shelters

2022 hats and scarves

will be donated to

Hearts for Homeless.