Disciples Christian Church plans downsizing rummage sale for Nov. 10
The upcoming rummage sale at Disciples Christian Church is a result of the church building’s downsizing. With a building that is now too large for its current vibrant congregation, Disciples Christian Church has been working with a developer to downsize its building and open up a large part of its property to the development of a condominium community, to be built along the rear of the property and at the corner of Mayfield and Yellowstone roads.
Two large sprawling wings of the building would be demolished, and its sanctuary reconfigured to comprise a smaller sanctuary as well as offices, classrooms, a fellowship hall and kitchen, all occupying a little more space than the current sanctuary itself. Space is also planned that will enable the Heights Emergency Hunger Center to continue to operate in the church building.
The rummage sale will take place on Saturday, Nov. 10, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the church (3663 Mayfield Road). There will be an assortment of reasonable priced items including children’s toys and books, holiday decor, housewares, jewelry and small furniture, as well as a few free items. Also for sale will be fair trade items from Latin American cooperatives, offered by the Interreligious Task Force on Central America and Colombia (IRTF). Hot dogs and beverages will be available to purchase.
For more information, call Disciples Christian Church at 216-382-5344 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ronald Werman is an elder and communications chairperson of Disciples Christian Church.