Noisy Offering – COMFORT CASH! What is more comfortable than
a cozy blanket, a warm, fuzzy sheep and a bowl of soup! Bring your pennies,
nickels, dimes and quarters to crash & bang in the offering pot, OR fill up
the “blanket well” in the Commons.
Through ELCA Good gifts:
Blankets are distributed to disaster survivors, especially children,
to bring comfort, warmth and a sense of calm during difficult times. In
addition to providing a good night’s sleep, a blanket serves as a reminder that
someone cares. A gift of $10 is enough to provide blankets to a family of four.
Sheep The warm and durable wool from sheep is especially
valuable for a family living in poverty. Wool can be easily made into hats,
sweaters, coats and blankets to keep family members warm and dry. These
products—and even the wool itself—can be sold at the local market for extra
income. And what’s more, sheep’s milk can be used to make nutritious dairy
Soup One in six people struggle to get enough to eat in this
country. We will give all the soup to VEAP!