Prayer Quilt Ministry

“Inspired Hands”


The purpose of this ministry is to promote prayer through the use of quilts.  These quilts are made as a gift of love for someone in special need of prayer.  

LCPC joined the Prayers and Squares Prayer Quilt Ministry in December of 2005 and began making quilts in January of 2006.  We are always looking for quilters, knitters/crocheter or anyone who wants to help.  We meet on Mondays from 10:00 AM to noon-ish in Rooms 1 & 2.
The ministry continues to support several outreach programs through assisting the Military Outreach Ministries (M.O.M.) by sewing, knitting, and crocheting baby items for expectant mothers of the junior enlisted personnel.  We donate a variety of items that have been made to M.O.M. on a monthly basis.  We make baby layette sets (flannel receiving blankets, burp cloths, and bibs) for the M.O.M. office on a quarterly basis.

In addition to the baby shower items for San Diego M.O.M. the PQM have also taken leftover fabric scraps to make dog and cat items from old pillowcases and then donate the handmade items to the local animal shelter.   Remember, the PQM is open to any church or community member who is interested in assisting the quilting group or the MOM baby showers. The members of PQM are proud to serve our Lord with our hands and hearts.  Prayer quilts are a beautiful reminder that love of friends and even strangers who care can bring profound Hope and Comfort in times of challenge                

Prayer Quilt News

We just completed Prayer Quilt dedication #757 as of January 2024! That equates to approximately 36,336 prayers (average 48 knots per prayer blanket) have been prayed for men, women and children in need of extra care and received a prayer quilt. 


As part of our Outreach, we have approved a donation to the LCPC pre-school for a scholarship fund.  Our group has added a couple of new members recently and we continue to enjoy our time of fellowship and working together in the Lord’s work.  We want to remind everyone to please stop at our Prayer Quilts, say a prayer for the recipient and tie a knot. It is not at all necessary that you know the recipients in order to pray for them. 

In addition, Prayer Quilt Group has now sent seven (7) boxes of fabric to three different Navajo projects in Arizona and Colorado. 
Newcomers who are interested in quilting, knitting or sewing are always welcome to join us on Monday at 10am in Room 1 & 2.