Help mend 'Your Neighbor's Cloak' this Advent

Donations at "Your Neighbor's Cloak," a clothing drive at St. Luke's in Cleveland. Photo courtesy St. Luke's Episcopal Church

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Bay Village has a longstanding partnership supporting the missions of the community surrounding St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Cleveland. Since 2004, St. Luke's has operated a gently used clothing drive each week so that community members may come choose what they need. The program has been expanded to distribute toiletries not covered under SNAP, such as toothpaste and toilet paper.

St. Barnabas keeps in close contact with St. Luke's to determine the most immediate needs for the community. Currently there is an urgent need for new underwear for both men and women. They are also accepting checks made out to St. Luke's Episcopal Church with "Your Neighbor's Cloak" noted in the memo.

If you are able to donate new underwear or funds to St. Luke's, you may drop donations off in the St. Barnabas office Monday through Wednesday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Contact Leigh Ann Spratt at with any questions. 

Leigh Ann Spratt

I am the Office and Communications director for St. Barnabas Episcopal Church.

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Volume 13, Issue 23, Posted 10:37 AM, 12.07.2021