Evergreen Projects is the umbrella title for several service initiatives at Unity Church-Unitarian. Scroll down to read about their work and find contact information.
Let’s celebrate more people returning to services and meetings by showing our support for Hallie Q. Brown Food Shelf. Please bring two or more items each time you come to church.
For the month of June the food shelf needs sunscreen, toilet paper, paper towels, aluminum foil, window cleaner, oven cleaner and disinfectant spray and of course, food items.
The group is funny, caring, encouraging, and well organized. We are a no-guilt group that does not require a big time commitment. We enjoy sharing sewing ideas and tips. And we love to welcome new members! —Dianne Connor
I joined in anticipation of becoming a grandma and wanted to re-learn how to quilt. They were so welcoming and willing to teach! No judgement. —Terri McNeil
I’m full of gratitude for the opportunity to share my love of quilting with so many good friends in Evergreen Quilters, with the larger community through the groups Evergreen Quilters partners with, and with the church itself that’s been so open to our many ways of offering our creations to the church community and the larger community.
—Kathie Simon Frank
My best experience with the group was when I suggested that we do a group Dignity quilt for Cherrywood Pointe, which is where Marv and I live. Evergreen had been meeting there so that I could attend even though I am caregiving full-time. I am so grateful to the group for making it possible to participate. The quilt is beautiful, and is deeply appreciated by our staff. —Jeannie Spears