Calvary Quilters

Calvary's Quilt Ministry is a tangible way to express love to our neighbors in need both locally and internationally. Quilts can be used as warm bedding, simple tents or floor coverings. Each one reflects God's loving presence in a world filled with suffering. Compassionate people just like you have put their faith into action and donate money, fabric, batting, 45mm rotary blades, yarn, thread, and twin flat sheets so the Calvary Quilt Ministry can make quilts for people in need at home and around the world. 

The Calvary Quilt Ministry creates hundreds of twin size quilts that are sent to the Lutheran World Relief and to local charities.  Your quilting supply gift will reach individuals who are living in some of the most remote and forsaken regions of the world.  These gifts of love make life brighter, softer, and a bit more comfortable for those individuals who are struggling with chronic poverty, illness, natural disaster and conflict.

 Items in need include:

45 mm Rotary Blades

Cotton Quilt Batting



Twin Flat Sheets


Financial donations are also an acceptable method.


All donations can be sent to the following location:

Calvary Lutheran Church

Attention: Quilt Ministry

1302 S. Ridge Road

Green Bay, WI  54304

THANK YOU so much for your donations to such a worthwhile cause!

History of Giving

Since 2008, 2,708 quilts were donated to the following organizations supporting those in need.  Some of those missions include:

  • 9th Street Mission
  • AIDS Resource Center
  • Baird House
  • DePere Schools
  • Freedom House
  • Golden House
  • Green Bay Schools
  • Hope House
  • Jackie Nitschke Center
  • Libertas
  • Lutheran World Relief
  • NEW Community Shelter
  • Red Cross
  • Salvation Army
  • Simply Smiles
  • Sleep in Heavenly Peace
  • Women’s Victory Life

In 2022, there were 135 quilts sent to Lutheran World Relief, quilts to Sleep in Heavenly Peace, and Anne Jackson School. 

In the last 2 years, fleece was donated to our efforts.  We made 45 hats and many mittens last year and are on track to make 65 hats and many mittens.  These have been donated to the Green Bay and West DePere school districts for students in need.