RockLife Church’s Grace Girl’s Closet Set for Sept. 19

By Clyde Hughes | AC JosepH Media

SWEDESBORO – Gloucester County’s RockLife Church has rescheduled its annual Grace Girl’s Closet for Sept. 19 at the Holiday Inn Swedesboro Ballroom, Pureland Drive, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The church, led by Pastors Damon and Shana Dukes, said face masks and social distancing will be required. Grace Girl’s Closet is the annual events where members of the public in need can shop for gently-used women’s items for free.

Pastor Damon Dukes with wife and co-pastor Shana Dukes at RockLife Church. Photo courtesy RockLife Church Facebook

The event is sponsored by RockLife Church’s Grace Girls Women’s Ministry. Organizers said CDC guidelines will be followed at the event. In the leadup to the event, the church is also asking for donations of women’s clothing, shoes, bags, jewelry, and any items you may have never worn. It will accept donations until Sept. 6.

There will be face painting for children and K-Love Radio 106.9 will be broadcasting outside of the hotel.

To schedule a donation drop off at RockLife Church, please email us at contact@rocklifechurch.org.

Shoppers at recent Grace Girl’s Closet event. Photo courtesy of RockLife Church

The original Grace Girl’s Closet was scheduled for May, but was postponed because of coronavirus restrictions.

In the past, more than 2,500 donated items has been displayed for shoppers as Grace Girl’s Closet and it continues to be one of the best growing community events in Gloucester County and South Jersey.

RockLife Church has been at its new facilities at 510 Herron Dr. since 2019. Service times are Sundays at 10:30 a.m. with Bible Study Wednesdays at 7 p.m. The church can be found online at http://www.rocklifechurch.org or through its Facebook, Instagram,YouTube social media platforms.

Front of RockLife Church, 510 Herron Dr. in Swedesboro, N.J.

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