Church plans vendor, artisan fair


William Street United Methodist Church, at the corner of Franklin and East William streets, is a place where everyone is not only welcomed, but valued and celebrated as a beloved child of God.

“God’s love was never meant to be confined behind walls. When we are truly filled with God’s love, we take it to the streets to help our neighbors, care for the sick, provide food for the hungry and shelter for the homeless,” a news release states.

To help support the local ministries, William Street is hosting its 5th Annual Artisan/Vendor Fair at the Church on Saturday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in conjunction with the Delaware Arts Festival. Proceeds from our booth rentals and bake sale will go toward the many ministries that help our neighbors and this community.

There are vendors/artisans and their wares including; handmade jewelry, buckeye necklaces, pet pillows, and child & adult headbands. Vendors include: LulaRoe, Norwex, Perfectly Posh, Premier Design, Rada Cutlery, Thirty-One Gifts,Wildtree and more.

For information about the church and this event, check out oits Facebook page, visit, or call 740-363-4741.

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