Early Bird Special – Pay $3/family and shop from 9am to 10am before the official opening on Friday.
Volunteers – Volunteers who have worked two hours or more are invited to shop Thursday evening from 6pm to 8pm.
Silent Auction - A Silent Auction featuring unique items will operate from Friday at 9am until Sunday morning at 11am.
When Can I Drop Off My Items?
Clothing and Small Items: August 2 – 4 (Sunday, Monday & Tuesday) from 10:30am to 9pm and August 5 (Wednesday) from 10:30am to 12 noon.
Furniture and Large Items: August 6 (Thursday) from 8am to 6pm. Limited pick-up service is available. If you can’t deliver your large donations, please call the church at 952-454-6927 by Monday, August 3 to make arrangements.
PLEASE NOTE: Because we begin pricing items on Thursday, August 6, we cannot accept clothing or small items after Wednesday, August 5 at 12 noon. Please do not leave items after this deadline. Garage Sale volunteers reserve the right to refuse any donation for any reason. Thank you for your understanding in these matters.
What Kind of CLEAN & USABLE & UNTAGGED Items Should I Donate?
Antiques, Baskets, Books, Collectables, Electronics, Furniture, Housewares, Jewelry, Linens, Office Equipment, Seasonal, Sporting Goods, Tools, Toys, Children’s Clothing (dresses, two piece outfits, winter-wear on hangers) and Adult Clothing (suits, dresses, shirts, slacks and coats on hangers.) We do not accept Christmas trees, cribs, computer monitors, curtain rods, exercise equipment, infant seats, mattresses, microwaves, organs, paint, televisions without digital converter boxes, skis or water beds.
How Can I Help?
* Donate items to sell. Ask your family and friends to contribute too!
* Advertise! Promote! Share!
* Volunteer before, during and after the sale. Superhero workers come in all shapes, sizes with special super powers!
Questions? Call Carrie Peterson (952-994-6014) or Hailey Glewwe (651-485-9423)
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH
Schedule of Activities:
- 9:00 Education & Activity Hour- There will be something for everyone. Plan to come and join in the activities leading up the worship service. More details to come.
- 10:00 Worship Service (outside weather permitting)- Bring a lawn chair.
- 11:00 Catered Picnic Lunch
- Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Potato Salad, Coleslaw, Watermelon, Pickles, Beverages & Dessert
Advance Ticket Required: $6 per person, Children 5 and under free
Tickets go on sale before and after services starting on August 16th through September 6th. You must have a ticket to eat.
One of the ways we live out our mission – “Serving Christ and Community with Faith, Love, and Open Arms” – is to open our arms and our church to five different Alcoholics Anonymous groups. There is a Monday and Wednesday morning Women’s AA group, a Monday night Open Meeting for Men and Women, a Thursday night Big Book meeting for Women and Men, and a Friday morning Open Meeting for Women and Men. Each week close to one hundred people gather for support and encouragement in their journey of sobriety and recovery from alcoholism.
One of the AA leaders wrote: “We are so very grateful to the Christus Victor faith community for the welcoming, open spirit you have shown all of us. We especially appreciate the feeling of safety and the generosity of sharing your space with us.”
A member of the group shared, “I came once during a snowstorm. I really needed a meeting, and this church was one of the few places that I knew would be open and safe for me.”
“Please thank your congregation,” wrote a spouse of an AA member. “By opening your church to AA, your church helped to save my wife’s life, save our marriage, and save our family. I cannot thank AA and your congregation enough for all you do.”
Your generous offerings allow us to have a safe and welcoming church building for groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, to support people in their sobriety, save lives, and reflect God’s love for all.
TO ALL CHRISTUS VICTOR MEMBERS: We need your input! The Contemporary Music Task Force is asking that all members of Christus Victor take a short survey about the needs and wants of our contemporary music program. This will help the task force determine what the job description should look like for the new music position that we are hoping to hire for this summer/fall. Take the survey online at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Q3C692B, or paper copies will also be available in the church Narthex. The survey will be open through Monday, July 13th. Please contact anyone on the Task Force if you have questions: Andrea Perendy, Cassi McMayer, Doug Klein, John Christianson, Trudy Matthys, Nick Zarras, or Mariah Glinski.
Lily of the Valley with the help of Christus Victor Social Ministries Committee will be coordinating the collection of school supplies for Greenleaf Elementary School this coming school year through their “Greenleaf Kindness Connection” program. Distribution of the donated supplies will be August 25 & 26 during their assessment days from 8:00am to 8:00pm. 100 children were served last year!
We are looking for supplies and volunteers to hand out supplies:
- Volunteer sign-up sheet is at the Information Desk
- Donation bin is in the Narthex
Thank you for your generosity and volunteer time!
ITEMS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES COLLECTION: