Sew I May Serve
The mission of the Sew I May Serve youth sewing ministry is to serve God through service to others, by creating handmade items of comfort and beauty, for social service agencies, parish ministries, and individuals in need in our community and beyond.
We meet monthly at St. Louise for sewing projects that include blankets, tote bags, scarves, pocket crosses, toiletry cases, sachets, coasters, and bookmarks. When possible, we hand-deliver these items to the people and agencies we serve. We have shared our creations with over 30 different organizations.
We also strive to represent St. Louise to service-providers in the community. During various events, we have partnered with Auberle, Family Promise, Christ United Methodist Church, Sunrise Assisted Living, and the Martin Luther King Day of Service at the USC Community and Recreation Center.
Our members are young people in middle school and high school. We aim to foster fellowship and friendship within our ministry, with other groups in the parish, and with the people we serve.
For more information or to get involved, please contact Carla Wilding.
Please click the links below to view the albums of our ministry’s activities: