Donation Drop Off
Monday - Thursday, May 27 - 30
9 am – 5 pm & 7 pm to 9pm
Start cleaning out those cupboards, closets and storage spaces!
Items Gratefully Accepted: Clothing, Books, Jewelry, Household Items, Bedding, Tools, Electronics, Small Appliances, Artwork, Holiday Decorations, Toys, Garden Furniture and Tools, Sporting Goods, Small Furniture (items that can fit in your car)
Items We Cannot Accept: Large Furniture, Mattresses, Large Appliances, Baby Cribs, Child Car Seats, Tires, Encyclopedias and Text Books
Day of Garage & Bake Sale
Saturday, June 1, 8 am – 4 pm
* Come early for the best selection.
* Enjoy delicious hamburgers & hot dogs with grilled onions.
* Bouncy House, Popcorn & Face Painting for the Kids
* Vehicle Sale through Silent Auction.
All items must go and are given away or donated by the end of the day.
Christ Moravian Church is a mission minded congregation that supports those in need locally and globally. Our garage sale is one of the ways in which we are able to give back to our community and help our vulnerable neighbours.
Community members are encouraged to join us in the tent to help with this huge undertaking. It’s a time for neighbours to enjoy each other’s company while sorting, pricing and organizing thousands of "treasures" - all of this done with an abundance of donuts, coffee and laughter.
If you are interested in helping , please call the Church Office at (403) 271-2700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christ Moravian Church is a contemporary, protestant Christian congregation stemming from the Moravian faith, made up of a variety of ages, lifestyles and church backgrounds, but all affirming our identity as followers of Jesus Christ. In Christ we see both the mirror of our humanity and a window of divinity, and recognize the Christian priority of LOVE: to love God, to love our neighbours, to love ourselves. We do not stress rigid theology, but affirm an open mind and encourage growth in a life of faith in God. Further, we provide an open and accepting atmosphere for personal spiritual growth, essential for a meaningful relationship with God and each other.
Pastor: Rev. Stephen Gohdes