Topeka crafters involve children in the craft fair

(WIBW/Danielle Martin)

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -- The Lowman United Methodist Church held their 5th Craft Fair on Sunday, inviting the community to shop for crafts and enjoy a cup of soup.

There were a variety of handmade crafts to choose from, from quilts to holiday wear to aprons to Christmas cards.

The Topeka crafters age from 5 to 85 plus. The crafters have made a selection for everyone to fit their style.

After shopping people were able to enjoy a homemade bowl of chicken noodle soup made by the Lowman United Methodist Church.

"One thing we did this year, we had the kids from Lowman United Methodist Church draw pictures of what Christmas means to them, then we turned into Christmas cards, so we're selling those," Member of Lowman Methodist Church, Rosie Cooper said.

"This whole project it's like a work of love, make me kind of choke up, because it's all of us coming together enjoying the fellowship," Cooper emphasized.

All proceeds go to the mission work of all Methodist churches across the nation.