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Display features stoles made by former Chewelah pastor

During the six years Sandy Johnson was pastor at Chewelah UCC, Susan Chamberlin, then administrative assistant, became involved in making stoles with Sandy, who came to Chewelah as her first church after graduating from Pacific School of Religion.

Susan Chamberlin

Susan Chamberlin displays stoles at Annual Meeting.

At the 2013 Annual Meeting, Susan displayed 18 stoles both she and Sandy have made and she sold several.

Susan lives on 80 acres of farmland that includes a 26-acre wildlife habitat and the house her parents built and she purchased in 1972. She has been a member of Chewelah UCC since her teens. 

After Sandy was called to a church in Minnesota, Susan began making stoles and has made more than 20 stoles for her church's pastors to use. As each pastor has left, she has given him or her a stole.

In the past 20 years, Sandy made more than 700 stoles and has been selling them for several website. Now she sells them on a website. She is taking more than 80 to General Synod this year where she has a vendor booth

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Copyright @ June-July 2103 Pacific Northwest United Church of Christ Conference News.


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