Thankful

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As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s a good time to look back at everything that Patchwork has accomplished in the last year. Our 40th was a good year! The Patchwork Central Emergency Food Pantry – Our food pantry served 2765 individuals from 1577 households by distributing almost 24.5 tons of food. The Pantry is […]

Thanksgiving Blessings

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It’s Thanksgiving–the time to take stock of all that we’re thankful for. At Patchwork, it feels like a good time to reflect on all we’ve done in the past year of service to our neighbors and our community. We are thankful for everyone who has helped us to provide these services including our staff, our volunteers, and our […]

A Decommissioning

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August 1 & 2 saw a unique and wonderful gathering of people at Patchwork. Old friends who moved away nearly 25 years ago, toddlers getting their first introduction to Patchwork, and many Patchwork regulars gathered in our big room for stories, laughter, music, photos, plenty of food, and some tears. The occasion was the Decommissioning […]

Sunday Fellowship at Patchwork

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Some of you know Patchwork primarily through what we do for the community during the week. However, everything we do during the week began with a group of people who gathered together on Sunday evenings for worship. That worshiping community continues. Each Sunday evening Patchwork Central is host to a diverse and informal gathering of […]

A Worshipful Advent

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Early Patchwork Community members went about building a sense of of family and community through shared ceremonies and rituals. Since its start, Patchwork has always created new Community celebrations and kept many of the old ones going. One long-held tradition is to gather in the Patchwork parking lot early on a Saturday at the beginning […]