It's so good to be back!

Praise God that on June 15 Living Threads was able to return to the kingdom work of making memory quilts for grieving families and supporting the Bible Clubs in Kibera. We are so thankful that our staff and volunteers all stayed safe during Shelter at Home–we hope the same is true for you!

For your safety and the safety of others, all entry doors to City on a Hill are locked. Please give us a call at 616-748-6505 if you would like to drop off a quilt for the longarm machine, visit our Gadget store or make an appointment to have a quilt made in memory of a loved one.

We’ve had a “re-do” in the sewing rooms to follow the “6 feet apart” physical distancing rule. As you can see though, we can still enjoy each other’s company.

To protect ourselves and others all Living Threads staff and guests wear a face mask. Each volunteer station also has a mini-ironing “board” to help with keeping areas “sterile”.

When the weather is good you may find us outdoors enjoying a meal together while physical distancing. This practice is followed when we eat inside as well. We are so thankful that we can spend time together once again!

Volunteer Spotlight: Making a Memory Quilt for Mom

Walk with me down the halls of Living Threads, listen to the murmur of the voices of the women sewing in the Mary and Martha rooms. We won’t be able to hear what they are saying, but our hearts will hear the friendliness in their voices. We’ll hear these ladies are not just sewers—they’re “family”, lifting each other up in both joys and sorrows. Let’s go inside and meet Kathy Kempema, a volunteer sewer who’s going to share part of her story with us. . . Read more . . .

(Located within “City on a

Hill” ministry center)


100 S Pine St, Ste #145

Zeeland, MI  49464