Sunday School project


Helping to ‘dress a girl’

As a helping hand to the “Dress a Girl Around the World” project currently under way by a group of women in our church, the Sunday School has contributed another dimension to the initiative.

Under the direction of Carol Hubbard, children of the Sunday School are making pockets to be sewn onto the dresses being created on Saturday mornings in the Sunshine Room.


The children are cutting out designs on freezer paper — such as hearts — and then painting the designs. The freezer paper design is then applied to fabric with a hot iron and the fabric will become the pocket.


Thank you to Carol for coming up with the project and to Mariah Higley and Shawn Hall for assisting the children with their creations.



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