Quilt ministry serves in Jesus’ name

Although there is no money to fund their ministry, the quilters at The Beacon Center Mission in St. George, Kan., see God continually provide for them.

The Beacon Center Mission is the outreach arm of Lighthouse Baptist Church in St. George, which is east of Manhattan on Highway 24. Lighthouse Baptist Church owns the former elementary school in St. George.

Quilting is only part of The Beacon Center’s ministries. Among the other ministries are food- and clothing distribution. Plans call for opening a library that will serve the community.

Every year the quilt group donates dozens of quilts in the name of Jesus to charities throughout the region.

But the quilters’ ministry could be even more effective with some donated items. For information on how you can help, contact Jim Lowry at
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Lowry is pastor of Lighthouse Baptist Church. Here is what they need:

  • Low-loft polyester quilt batting—queen-sized battings or rolls of batting
  • Good-quality sewing scissors
  • Rotary cutters and blades