Shepherd’s Cross Hosting Annual Summer Barn Sale

Shepherd’s Cross is holding the annual Summer Barn Sale June 4 – 6 inside the tour barn (16792 E. 450 Rd.). The sale is indoors, which means air conditioning! Hours are 7a – 6p daily. Proceeds benefit Farming Missions, starter flocks and wool mills in remote locations around the world.

This is a huge, multi-family garage sale. There are items donated by many families include the following: appliances, antiques, furniture, floor tiles, wall décor, housewares; children, infant, teen, men and women clothing; books; DVD’s; farm and garden items; children’s games and toys; home decorator items, bedding, office supplies, collectibles and much more. Pictures of some the sale items can be found on our Facebook page the week of the sale at: https://www.facebook.com/ShepherdsCross/.

Proceeds from the sale benefit agricultural based mission outreach to orphanages, and rural impoverished peoples. 100% of funds from the barn sale will go directly towards the projects. They include starting a Wool Mill at a cost of $1,000 each. A Starter Flock of sheep at a cost of $500 each. And an Educational Outreach for each nation which cost approximately $500 per class. Monetary Donations towards these missions greatly appreciated, and any items you would like to donate for the sale are graciously accepted. Please drop off your donations at the barn Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 – 5:30 before May 27th.

Plant Exchange:

Bring a plant to leave and take a plant home. Plant selections will include bulbs, tubers, bushes, trees, grasses, seeds, herbs and much more! This is a great way to expand your garden. Please be prepared to identify the plant you leave with its name, color and planting characteristics. Great fun!

In addition, the following activities are always available at the farm (on a donation basis):

Touring the educational & interactive Farm Museum & Silo

Touring the Bible Garden – guided or self-guided

Spinning and Wool Mill demonstration

Shepherd’s Shop is open, featuring a host of “woolly” and farm related handmade gifts crafted by Shepherd’s Cross and over 50 local crafters. Shepherd’s Cross features farm fresh, Animal Welfare Approved, pasture raised, free range, chemical free American lamb meat, Farm Fresh honey & Farm Raised walnuts and pecans.

Additionally the shop features a mission section; purchases made in this section of the store return 100% of the sale price to mission organizations. These handmade items come from missions directly supported by Heart of the Shepherd around the world (including Afghanistan, India, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, Germany, Malawi, Thailand, Africa, Russia, and Uganda).

Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourism facility, is a Made in Oklahoma Company, and is Animal Welfare Approved.

Visit our website: www.ShepherdsCross.com

Visit our online store: www.etsy.com/shop/ShepherdsCross

Heart of the Shepherd is a public Christian non-profit organization; 501C3. The mission of Heart of the Shepherd is to teach about agriculture and its relationship to the Bible, both locally and globally.

 

 

Contact Information:

Shepherd’s Cross & Heart of the Shepherd

Dr. Diane Dickinson

Farm@ShepherdsCross.com   918-342-5911

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