The ClothesLine is an outreach of Bethesda that meets need within the local and surrounding communities and continues to give back.
The ministry sells gently used, affordable clothing, coats, shoes, purses and jewelry for women, men, babies and children on the second Saturday of each month.
It’s held throughout several rooms in the basement of the church from 9 a.m. until noon.
The sale offers items for 25 cents, and occasionally there’s a 10 cent or buy-one-get-one-free sale.
It’s held 12 months out of the year, and everyone from children to senior citizens of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds shop at the ClothesLine.
The ministry relies solely on donations it collects in a large brown receptacle behind the church, and donations are always welcome.
Help wanted: ClothesHangers, volunteers who help sort and hang clothing and articles for the ClothesLine sales, are needed. They meet every Friday at 10am in the basement of the parish house next door to the church.
Contact Sharon Matty at 724-335-8128 or Liz Baker at 724-339-2623 for more information or to help.