It has been a pleasure to collaborate with Rosette on this new website. Love to read your comments and suggestions!
This is the best website evrr 😆 Everyone loves it! Thank you so much Rebecca 😇
It is truly a God sent gift to have such a wonderful organization take time to share blessings for others. Keep up the amazing work.
Your new website is a joy to look at and a true source of inspiration....WOW !!! to all that God has accomplished through a group of faith-filled women.
What a beautiful website! Looking at everything this group has accomplished, I know that visitors will see the power and potential of the prayer shawl ministry.
I have my prayer shawl with me during all my appointments and procedures. I have had many comments, even from my primary doc. I also use my shawl when I'm having one of my 'down' days. And my shawl goes around my shoulders and covers my knees.
Much better than Ben Gay.
Thank you so much, you make my day every day.
Prayers and thoughts for all,
Carol in IL.
Many hugs to you.
Rosette you are such a blessing I think of you often.
I read about your ministry through Rosette's response on a blog about POC (People of Color) who knit. The irony of this is that I am a Queens POC who now lives in MD. I was a member of Greater Allen Cathedral when I lived in NY. I have wanted to introduce Prayer Shawl Ministry to my church here in MD. I belong to a knitting group as well.
Thank you for letting me share my testimony!
May God continue to bless you all and the good works that you are doing! Knit On!
Hi Leslie, thanks for your comments. It's very easy to Start a prayer shawl Ministry. You just have to the right people who are committed to the ministry. I can give you some pointers if you like. Many Blessings
I would like that. Our church ministries are on vacation during August. I send them an inquiry email so when I hear back from them, I will reach out to you! I am so inspired. I love following GGmadeit too!
Leslie, you are so welcome, I don't even know how I came to GG blog lol. God is so awesome! We are a traveling ministry as you can see on our website. We have about 22 members from different churches and this is just from word of mouth or they saw our website. Besides us going to Austin, TX in September we are making pink prayer shawls for october breast cancer awareness month and we are making 340 laprobes for chrisrmas. My sisters said I got them working in a sweat shop lol. They love it, because some people work faster then others, I don't put an amount on anyone. I tell them do what you can. Blessings
I came across your site while checking out prayer shawl groups across the country. I love my prayer shawl group here in Texas, but I wish I could knit with y'all, too! I sense a love for the Lord and a love for this unique and special ministry. Plus, it looks like you have a really good time doing it!
Hi Sharon, thanks for contacting us. At our meetings we fellowship, teach each other a new stitch and just have fun. I am so blessed that the Lord has help me with this ministry. What part of Texas do you live? A few years ago I came across Warrior Women Prayer Shawl Ministry from Westley United Methodist Church in Austin, TX. I found them on the internet. I contacted them and we came to Texas and fellowship with them twice and they came to New York once and fellowship with us. They are now our extended family 😇
You can always send me an email. Do your group have a website?
Take care and many blessings,
I live in Midlothian, TX, about 25 miles south of Dallas (but I grew up in Upstate New York). I worship at St. Paul Episcopal Church, in Waxahachie.. Once a week we meet and create shawls at a local coffee shop. People often stop by our table to ask what we're doing or tell us of a beloved relative who knitted or crocheted. Meeting out in public helps us spread the word and spread the love!
Our group doesn't have a website (just a blurb on the church website). I have a personal website where I do some blogging about prayer shawl ministry. I'll be sharing your website with my prayer shawl group this Friday!
I live in Midlothian, TX, about 25 miles south of Dallas and worship at St. Paul Episcopal in nearby Waxahachie. Our group doesn't have a website, just a blurb on the church website. We meet once a week at a local coffee shop, where folks often stop by to ask what we're making or tell us of a beloved relative who knitted or crocheted. It helps us spread the word and the love!
I live in Midlothian, TX (about 25 miles south of Dallas) and worship at St. Paul Episcopal in nearby Waxahachie. We don't have a website-just a blurb on our church website. Those who can meet on Fridays at a local coffee shop to create out shawls. Folks stop by to ask about what we're making or tell us of a beloved relative who knitted or crocheted. Doing our ministry in public helps us spread the word and the love!
Hi Sharon, that is so wonderful, no matter where we go someone is always asking us about our ministry. We always carry our projects with us. Even on vacation, we have worked on our projects on the beach and by the pool. Especially when we need it for an event. We have blessed so many people around the world with our ministry. We have sent prayer shawls to Barbados and United Kingdom. Shipping can be expensive but we have been blessed from a few individual from our church and donations. It is such a blessing to put a smile on someone face no matter what they are going through. Many blessings to you and your group.
I live in Maryland, what you do is a blessing.
Hi Beverly, thank you so much. Have a Merry Christmas to you and your family