Kingdom Crafters

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What We Do

The Crafters sew, knit or crochet projects at EAMC’s Fellowship House or at home and send them to various agencies, organizations, plus communities served by missionaries with a connection to EAMC.

Join us as we work on new projects Wednesdays, 10:00-11:30am, in the Fellowship House. Or if you’ve made items you would like to donate, please contact Julia Pollock via email.

Who We Support

Beneficiaries of our handicrafts include school systems, social services agencies, medical centers, a variety of nonprofits, as well as our own mission projects in Belize, Africa, Guatemala and Haiti.

A sample of our beneficiaries includes:

Community of Villa Cañona in the town of Loiza, Puerto Rico, after Hurricane Maria devastated the area in 2017
Knit For Kids, a ministry of World Vision
Share the Table, a ministry of Faith Harbor UMC, Surf City, NC
Vigilant Hope, serving the poor and homeless in Wilmington, NC
Operation Christmas Child, a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse
Rescue Mission of Cape Fear, serving the homeless, hungry and hurting of Wilmington, NC
Covered by Grace Project for cancer patients at Duke Children’s Hospital
Wake Med obstetrics and neonatal intensive care units
Topsail Middle School
Surf City Police Department for children experiencing emergencies
Pender County Department of Social Services for children being removed from their homes
Victims of local flooding from Hurricane Matthew in October 2016, via Faith Harbor United Methodist Church, Surf City, N.C.
Communities served by our own mission trips to Guatemala and Belize

Last summer, Kingdom Crafters sent seven boxes of clothing and shoes to a church in Ohio. Why?

“Hidden on the side of a mountain, outside Guatemala City, Casa Bernabé (House of Comfort) is home to over 100 children” as it states on the website for Friends of Children Everywhere (FOCE), a U.S. nonprofit that supports the facility. CB, as it’s called, is near and dear to the hearts of affiliates Julia and Rich Pollock for it is from this orphanage that they adopted their son Sergio…

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In the fall of 2017, it just so happened – as good things frequently do – that our Kingdom Crafters learned of EAMC affiliates Julia and Bill Howington’s scheduled cruise out of Puerto Rico in January. The Crafters knew that in the wake of Hurricane Maria, the Category 4 storm that struck the island last September and the worst storm to hit this island of 3.4 million people in 80 years, the victims there needed basic supplies..

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