Founded in 2017, Threads of Love began with a simple project—creating Bandanna Blankets for a partnering ministry to reach children across the globe. Inspired by a profound sense of purpose and the teachings of Christ, we soon expanded our vision to include support for both children and adults in our local community, providing comfort and hope through our crafted items.

At Threads of Love, our mission is to use our collective skills in sewing, crocheting, knitting, and looming to support as many ministries as possible within Calvary Chapel Greer. We are committed to creating our handcrafted goods for those in need both locally and internationally.
Over the years,we have reached across borders to Romania, Guatemala, and Ukraine, sending quilts, crocheted hats, scarves, sewn pencil bags, gift bags, and Bible bags. Locally, we focus on supporting the Renewal Center and the homeless community through the Soup Kitchen in Greer by providing quilts, hats, scarves, and innovative sleeping mats crafted from upcycled grocery bags.
In 2020, we enhanced our capability when we bought our first embroidery machine, this allows us to embroider a Bible verse on each quilt. Our group meets every Monday from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM, with 28 dedicated members and an average weekly attendance of 12-18. While many members contribute in person, we also coordinate with those who prefer to participate from home.

Threads of Love is an inclusive community where no prior experience is required. We welcome anyone who wishes to contribute their time and talents to our cause. Our typical gathering involves various activities from cutting cloth and assembling quilts to crafting sleeping mats from recycled materials, ensuring that there are opportunities for everyone to make a meaningful impact.


For any inquiries or if you would like further information on how to be a part of this ministry, send an email with questions or requests to Shannon Clayton at; 

1 Peter 3:8 “Finally, all of you be of one mind, having compassion for one another; love as brothers, be tenderhearted, be courteous.”