The Pennsylvania Relief Sale is an annual event that supports Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) in its work to share God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice.
The sale features more than
350 handmade quilts, wall
hangings, and comforters
on display and available for
purchase at the 59th Annual
Quilt Auction. Watch a behind-
the-scenes video to see how these works of art are crafted each year by numerous artist and needle workers.
Visitors to the sale can shop for fair trade goods and crafts at the Ten Thousand Villages stand and other artisan displays. Unique or antique items are available for purchase at the Country Auction, Silent Auction, and Children’s Auction. Homemade food and family activities make it an event for all ages. Admission is free and the two-day event is open to the public.
On Friday evening, April 17,
husband and wife singers
Amos and Margaret Raber will
perform at the sale. Listen to
their music and learn more
about their life and ministry on
their website or Facebook.
Also on Friday, deaf illusionist Sam Sandler will perform an unforgettable and entertaining show the whole family can enjoy. Learn more about his hilarious show on his website.
View the entire Relief Sale schedule.
Over the years, more than $12 million in sale day proceeds have benefited the worldwide relief efforts of MCC. Join the festivities April 17 & 18, 2015 or take part in other Relief Sales across the United States and Canada.