Holiday Shopping with a Purpose; Craft Circle Boutique at The Woodlands Methodist Church Nov. 13 & 14; Gala and Auctions Nov. 20; Benefits Missions

By: Rachel Norton
| Published 11/04/2021


THE WOODLANDS, TX — The Craft Circle at The Woodlands Methodist Church is comprised of a group of women who create beautiful handcrafted items. These pieces are then sold at the Craft Circle Boutique, and auctioned at The Craft Circle Masterpiece Gala, where all proceeds benefit the church’s Missions activities.

“What you're buying is made with love and care,” said Lisa Fenley, Communications Director at The Woodlands Methodist Church. “These women pray over the items, they pray over the homes that they will be in.”

The handmade products at both of these events are not only unique, but serve an important purpose. The Woodlands United Methodist Church carries out their Mission work locally and internationally. Local programs are centered around helping children, families, and individuals in need through a “boots on the ground” approach, while internationally, the focus is on empowerment; finding ways to improve their economies, elevate their circumstances, and build their confidence from within.

Information regarding The Woodlands Methodist Church’s life changing Missions programs, can be found here.

What: Craft Circle 41st Annual Boutique
When: November 13 at 9:00 a.m. - November 14 at 1:30 p.m.
Where: The Woodlands Campus Atrium
Tickets: Not needed, guests can simply show up!

One-of-a-kind quilts, home decor, baby gifts, UT, A&M, Baylor items, and more, will be available at the Craft Circle Boutique. It’s the perfect place to begin your holiday shopping! There will be lots of Thanksgiving and Christmas pieces to make your home cozy and festive.

What: 41st Annual Craft Circle Masterpiece Gala
When: November 20 at 6:00 p.m.
Where: The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center
Tickets: Click here to register!

The Craft Circle Gala will include dinner and a live auction, as well as a silent auction. Bigger items will be auctioned off live, such as themed quilts, large needlework pieces, custom Santa’s, matching mantel decor, Pastors’ Dinner, and opportunities to support specific Mission programs. The silent portion will include smaller commodities; nativity scenes, advent calendars, college goodies, woodworking, stunning florals, and home decor.

Fenley expressed, that whether you’re gifting the items to a loved one, or keeping it in your home for generations to come, “they are a reminder that this piece helped someone, somewhere, who needed to know God and who needed to know that other people in the world care about them, and that they are not forgotten.”

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