Mt. Moriah Quilters

  Mt. Moriah Quilters  

Some of what the Mt Moriah Quilters have made before

Who doesn't like a nice, warm, hand-made quilt? 

Everyone loves them, of course!

The Mt. Moriah Quilters meet in the Family Life building behind the church
on the 3rd Wednesday and Thursday of each month from 10:00 am till 4:00 pm. 

During their time there, they work to make quilts for people in nursing facilities and hospitals, and various other local charities in the area with the hope that it brings the recipient a bit of comfort and God's love.

To see examples of the fine work they have done in the past,
and continue to do, you only have to look below.


Christmas quilts for                                                 Bears and quilts for
Jeff Gordon's                                                           Victory Junction in April
Children's Hospital


Bears! & Quilts! & Bears!
Oh My!
Mt. Moriah Quilters go to Victory Junction
April, 2022


NASCAR's Kyle and Richard Petty founded Victory Junction to honor and memorialize their son and grandson, Adam Petty.  Opening in June of 2004, it is a camp that provides children ages 6 to 16 who have serious illnesses or ongoing medical conditions the chance to experience significant camp experiences that are enriching and enjoyable.  And to do this in a medically-safe environment. 
Victory Junction is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization registered and certified to raise funds in all 50 states.  To see additional information about Victory Junction, their mission, those they serve, their financials, and to make a donation to their effort, follow this link!

Some of the artistic, talented ladies of the Mt. Moriah Quilters responsible for the array of quilts and bears you see in front of them that were donated to the Victory Junction Camp.  The picture is in the media center at Victory Junction.


& Quilts

& Bears.....OH MY!!

Mt Moriah's talented quilters along with their family and friends who accompanied them on this trip standing in front of the Victory Junction office.

And no they didn't stop for some shopping!
The office was donated by the company you see named.